Intel’s CEO Paul Otellini – Keynote Announcing Centrino Duo & Core Duo – Part 1 0f 4

January 10th, 2006 |

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From the International Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas. Intel’s CEO Paul Otellini gave a keynote speech on Thursday, January 5, 2006. In this first of four part series from the CES, he outlines a new dual core chip technology for mobile devices.

Otellini offers “A new normal in computing … revolutionary not incremental advances” Centrino Duo notebook promises advances in performance on every vector: 68% faster, 28% less power, and an extra hour of battery life. The product is smaller than today’s notebooks, allowing for “on the go” digital entertainment. Core Duo promises “blur the differences today between the desktop, mobile and consumer electronics devices”.

For a demo of Core Duo:

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