Oh, great. Another chip name change to keep track of. VIA Technologies has re-christened the Isaiah chipset to Nano, as it aims squarely at Intel’s Atom chipset for market share on the official launch. The Nano is a 65–nm processor and comes in two flavors: U for ultra-portable and L for desktop and laptops. The power ratings are listed as ranging between 5W to 25W. The theory goes that we’ll be seeing these in devices in Q3.
Via PC Perspective
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