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Intel Tables Plans to Tackle Notebook and Netbook Markets in H2 2009

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Intel has everything going its way when it comes to mobile computing, and the processors it sells that power notebooks and netbooks across every segment of the market. Intel uses the common classification of portable computers (consumer segment), using sizes and form-factors to differentiate mainstream notebooks, performance notebooks, ultra-thin notebooks, "larger" sub-notebooks (netbooks), and common entry-level netbooks. To cater to each of these, Intel made things easier by coming up with platforms (sets of processor and chipset combinations), a market approach both Intel and AMD have been using recently.

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Is it safe to say then (by the chart here) that if I bought an Asus EPC1000HE for my birthday (june 12th) that I wouldn't be faced with brand new stuff a month later and face buyer's remorse?