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"Asus, which pioneered the netbook market, will also avoid using microprocessors such as the ARM cores in Qualcomm's Snapdragon mobile phone chips this year, he said. ( Jerry Shen, CEO of Asus )
The company plans to stick with PC industry chips, known as x86-based microprocessors. Shen said x86 chips are more attractive for netbooks for several reasons, including the wealth of software made to work on the microprocessors."
Hmm.. we have heard many rumors and info them coming, but maybe not...
Well.. Computex is soon and we should see a pile of ARM netbooks there..
Via PC World
Thursday, April 30, 2009