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  • Last update: Wednesday 20 March 2013 [8 news items]

Intel still maintains Cedar Trail M netbook platform

Mar 20, 12:25

While Asustek Computer and Acer will no longer launch netbooks in 2013, Intel will still maintain its Cedar Trail M platform primarily for use in its Classmate PCs, according to sources...

Asustek to launch Cedar Trail-based netbook in March

Mar 5, 17:00

With Acer having already started selling its new Cedar Trail-based netbook, Asustek Computer also plans to launch the Cedar Trail-based Eee PC 1011CX in March, according to sources...

Asustek Cedar Trail-based netbook set for March

Taiwan market: Acer prices new Cedar Trail netbook below NT$10,000

Feb 21, 01:10

Notebook vendors including Asustek Computer, Acer, Lenovo, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Samsung Electronics and Toshiba have all already started selling their latest Cedar Trail-based netbooks...

Intel begins shipping new Atom processors for Cedar Trail platform

Dec 29, 11:55

Intel has announced the availability of the latest mobile Intel Atom processor-based platform, formerly codenamed Cedar Trail. Tthe latest platform adds several new features to netbook...

Intel Atom processor

Taiwan market: Vendors lower prices to clear netbooks before Cedar Trail launch

Jul 14, 14:32

Acer, Asustek Computer, Hewlett-Packard (HP), Lenovo and Toshiba have lowered retail prices for their netbooks in the Taiwan market to clear out inventories before Intel launches...

Intel to offer Cedar Trail CPUs with prices 30-50% less than existing Atom CPUs

May 26, 01:20

Intel is set to announce its latest 32nm-based Cedar Trail platform for netbooks in September with prices of the platform's CPUs to go as low as US$42-47, a drop of 30-50% compared...

Google releases Android 3.1, to launch Oak Trail/Chrome or Cedar Trail platforms

May 13, 01:25

Google has released Android 3.1 and will cooperate with Intel to push for Oak Trail/Chrome or Cedar Trail/Chrome platforms for netbooks and notebooks. Asustek Computer, Acer and Lenovo...

Intel to debut Cedar Trail at Beijing IDF

Mar 23, 16:41

Intel will introduce Cedar Trail, its new platform specifically designed for use in netbooks (Cedar Trail-M) as well as nettops and entry-level all-in-one PCs (Cedar Trail-D), at...

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    Intel has announced the availability of the latest mobile Intel Atom processor-based platform, formerly codenamed Cedar Trail. The latest platform adds several new features to netbook...

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