VIA introduced its dual-core Nano just four months ago, but the company is already demonstrating that processor's big brother. The newly minted VIA QuadCore is--you guessed it--a quad-core processor that connects two dual-core Nano cores in an MCM (multi-chip module). The new chip won't actually ship for some months, but it may become a higher-performance alternative to both Atom and Brazos when it does...
VIA Launches New Low Power QuadCore Nano CPU
More competition is good. I wish them well,.....and I hope they can make a dent in the BORG.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
Competition is definitely good. Glad to see this.
Yes the more the merrier I say.
I remembered there was a Dell Duo computer with a keyboard, and a touchscreen laptop screen. 2009 release. INTEL atom, 1GB, 320Gb hhd, etc.
I got curious if AMD was to put a VIA 1.2 Ghz 4 core, 2 Gb, 40 SDD... Would that sell better?
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