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Sunday, 23 September 2007 12:00

Nick K got Anand Chandrasekher on camera

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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IDF 2007: Tell us all your secrets Anand


Once again we were at the right place at the right time and we managed to take a picture and a video of the chap making a video with an Executive VP or Ultra mobile Division Anand C.


Nick Knupffer is the Intel PR chap known around the world as Intel's most famous blogger and he was running around with the camera. He even recorded me talking about AMD's Tri core at Intel's event but I guess most of the people at IDF would not find that funny.


Mr Magee escaped the sharp lens of Mr Knupffer but at least we have an interesting picture for you as we really like the expression on Anand's face. He looks like someone told him that Barcelona starts shipping tomorrow at 3.5GHz in hundreds of thousands and in 2008 it will fit into an iAMD iPhone.

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