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Where are the Centrino 2 laptops?

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25 Aug
2008
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It’s been more than a month since Intel launched its Centrino 2 platform, which includes CPUs that are faster yet use up less battery. Yet, you’ll probably be surprised that there aren’t that many models out there in stores in Sim Lim Square and Funan the DigitaLife Mall.

The reason, as Techgoondu found out during Sim Lim/Funan geek walkabouts the past two weekends, was because retailers were holding out for this week’s Comex tech bazaar at Suntec City.

Instead of pushing out new models, which are already announced to the press and on their websites in the past couple of weeks, manufacturers don’t have their stocks out in force in the shops yets.

 
Tagged in: laptops, PCs, Uncategorized, Centrino 2, Comex show, Fujitsu S6520, Lenovo X200, Sony Vaio, Toshiba Satellite, Wireless N 5GHz,