Yours truly has recently switched to a MSI Wind U100 due to its excellent portability. The machine is powered by an oddball CPU from Intel called Atom, and has satisfied me so far. Benchmarks and an unboxing will hit TamsPalm shortly.

Until then, feel free to take a look at the SysOpt.com article linked below. It looks at what’s inside an Atom processor, and provides an overview of the available configurations/models.

Get the full scoop here:
http://www.sysopt.com/features/cpu/article.php/3765986

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  4. Former Palm employee: “Palm is dead”
  5. News on Symbian 9.5

2 Responses to “On Intel’s Atom CPU”

  1. msi wind… WANT !

  2. Hi zub,
    review coming soon!

    All the best
    Tam Hanna

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