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Wednesday, 04 May 2011 09:25

Cedar Trail Atom is N2800

Written by Fuad Abazovic


Q4 2011 launch
We wrote about Cedar Trail-M Atoms on numerous occasions and now we finally have the new brand name. N450, N470 and N570 will get replaced by four digit numbers and the top one is called N2800.

The CPU is 32nm, it has two cores and four-tread support and it can do it all with 1.86GHz core clock and a 6.5W TDP. It uses DDR3 1066 memory and Intel GMA graphics 5650 with 640MHz clock. Let's not forget that it supports 64-bit operating systems.

The launch should happen in Q4 2011 and of course there will be a slightly slower version called N2600 that will have similar spec but lower TDP and a bit weaker spec.
Last modified on Wednesday, 04 May 2011 09:36
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