It's new, it's fast so that means it's best, right?
The Centrino 2 laptop platform may be fresh out of the fab. But that hasn't prevented Intel from giving us a tantalising glimpse of its next Centrino platform at IDF today.
With PC performances going through the roof holding onto your laptop has become as important as what it can do for you. With one billion mobile workers expected to be roaming the planet for Wi-Fi zones within a few years, Toshiba's Tecra range are designed to keep the paranoid a little less insecure
You may already own a shiny new Centrino 2 laptop, but Intel is already cooking up the successor, code-named Calpella. Details are sketchy, but we poked and prodded Intel until they coughed up a few tidbits.
Toshiba has announced an updated range of Satellite and Satellite Pro laptops that utilise Centrino 2 technology.
UpdatedAnother year, another revision of Intel's suffocatingly successful Centrino mobile PC platform. Except this time it's different. Thanks to faster processors, jazzed up wireless networking and hardware HD video support, Intel's newest mobile platform is apparently revolutionary enough to merit the Centrino 2 moniker.
As soon as Intel pressed the launch button a gaggle of PR people began to fire over press releases about the new Centrino 2 laptops. Here's a roundup detailing the first out of the blocks...