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Intel wheeled out a slew of partners who have bought into its mobile internet device vision today, and announced that it has turned out first silicon of the next generation of the platform. But the presentation was almost over before it began, when a Panasonic rep decided the best way to demonstrate its CFU1 ruggedised …


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World Of Warcraft a "graphics heavy game" ?

World Of Warcraft a "graphics heavy game" ?

are you kidding?

the game runs at max setting at 1024*768 on a 1 gig SINGLE core cpu and a 5 year old grfx card!


World Of Warcraft a "graphics heavy game" ?!?!?

Yeah, what he said. <LOL>

If they really want to impress me they should try running Crysis on it. Hell, even something like FarCry would be impressive.



say *mo-bile*

Your 1024x768 1GHz single core CPU with a 5 year old gfx card still requires a petrol-powered generator and dolly for anything approaching mobility

Geez. That's a bit like pointing out that a Bugatti Veyron's top speed is crap. When compared to a fighter jet.


If it's an SoC...

...then why doesn't it have on-die I/O? If it's two chips, it's not an SoC, it's just got an integrated memory controller.

Dead Vulture

I agree with Jasmine

2 chips equates to neither of them being a 'system on chip' - SOC.

A decent degree of integration, granted, but not-a-SOC.

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