Intel announced this week that in addition to the 45nm procesors they are developing for a range of computers, they will be developing an additional version for the Ultra-Mobile PC market. Ars Technica is speculating that this may be the “Perryville” chip that is a single core version of the Penryn processor.
Via Ars Technica
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