Taiwanese makers: 64-bit notebook PCs could become mainstream within two years
David Tzeng, Taipei; Steve Shen, DIGITIMES
Notebook computers with 64-bit processors could become mainstream within one or two years, ushering the industry into a new era and heralding a new battle among leading notebook vendors, according to sources at Taiwanese notebook makers.
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