Re: macAir CPU is non exclusive!
- From: Maverick <Maverick@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 03 Feb 2008 20:28:41 -0700
"Steve de Mena" <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> stated in post
BLydnXU11P1O_DvanZ2dnUVZ_rDinZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxx on 2/3/08 5:52 PM:
nospamatall wrote:Lefty Bigfoot wrote:Many around here acted as if Intel designed the chip exclusively forOn Sat, 2 Feb 2008 13:34:38 -0600, nospamatall wroteToo subtle for you too. I meant, "macbook air cpu is not exclusive" is
(in article <fo2gkm$b8m$2@xxxxxxxx>):
zara wrote:That's okay, it'll be 0.001" thinner, and fit in a slightlyAnother apple "invention" -stolen.And I suppose your next piece of news will be that it isn't made out of
CNET News.com has learned that Lenovo and Fujitsu are in the process of
putting together systems based on the special Core 2 Duo chip that Apple
is using in the MacBook Air. The new laptops should be out shortly.
smaller envelope, which will make it better.
as much a revalation as that it isn't made out of cabbage leaves. The
CPU, not the computer. sheesh.
Apple. It obviously wasn't.
They may very well have designed it for Apple... that does not imply that
other would not also use it.
I'd say that Jobs got the dog and pony show from Intel, Jobs made a few suggestions, Intel executed those suggestions figuring it to be the best route for all. After all, Apple did get the first shipment of chips.
Can you imagine if Jobs got his shipments of AMD Phenoms for the Mac Pro? A major ouch.
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