Netbooks, PDA and Phones Thread, netbook cpu's in Technical; The Cedar Trail-M platform will include two new CPUs, 32 nm-based Atom N2800 (1.86 GHz) and N2600 (1.6 GHz), priced ...
7th February 2012, 11:30 AM #1
The Atom D2700 only seems to be in the larger netbooks 12.1" screens
The Cedar Trail-M platform will include two new CPUs, 32 nm-based Atom N2800 (1.86 GHz) and N2600 (1.6 GHz), priced at US$47 and US$42, and will replace the existing Atom N475 and N455. The CPUs will also feature an integrated GPU that supports DirectX 10.1 technology. The platform will also adopt the existing NM10 chipsets for southbridge capability
In addition to the netbook platform, Intel's new CPUs, Atom D2700 (US$52) and D2500 (US$42), for nettops were released 25 September 2011.
10.1 inch Netbook Atom N2600 1.6GHz 160G 3 USB HDMI Dual-Core Laptop Computer
HP Launches Atom N2600-Based Mini 1104 10.1" Netbook - HotHardware
Not many netbooks seem to have this chip in.
same with N2800
MSI Wind U180 Netbook Packs Atom N2800, No Other Updates | New Technik
The N2800 has max memory of 4gb which is good.
from: Intel Atom N2800 vs Atom N570 vs AMD e-450/C50 – benchmark comparison - NetbookLive.com
PCMark 05 analyses the platform as a whole and you can see the following results:
•Atom N2800 – 2250 points
•Atom N570 – 2020 points
•AMD C-50 – N/A
•AMD E-450 – 3310 points
Am still wondering what I should buy and this was originally going to be a question, but I seem to have more info now, so thought I'd post it.
7th February 2012, 12:27 PM #2
Hard drive speed should also be considered. Replacing a slow 5200rpm hard drive with a SSD will be more noticeable in real world useage, than the swop between an Atom CPU and an AMD-E cpu.
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