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Friday, 19 June 2009 11:37

Lenovo roadmap reveals Calpella laptops in Q1 2010

Written by Nedim Hadzic

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While many others will go for Q3 2009

 

Engadget have gotten their hands on what appears to be Lenovo's laptop roadmap until March 2010, and while we're confident we'll see Calpella products in Q3 2009, it seems like Lenovo won't have them until Q1 2010.

Lenovo's X, T, W, SL and SLc series of Capella based laptops are set to arrive in Q1 2010, most probably early Q1, as the platform will be a sure shot by that time.

Not much else to say, and you can check out the roadmap slides here.

Also read:

Calpella and Clarksfield Nehalem notebooks are Q3

 

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