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  1. #61  
    .... off-topic we stray....

    Intel is working on a StrongARM chip that could run at 1Ghz

    Here's the exerpt:

    From ZDNet.com
    ....However, Intel is also planning an update of its own. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based chipmaker will update StrongARM this year with its next-generation processors for handheld devices called XScale.

    XScale processors are expected to reach higher clock speeds using less power than StrongARM processors. Current StrongARM processors run in the 200MHz range. Intel has not announced clock speeds for the XScale processors, but the company has demonstrated it at 1GHz....
    >Here's the link<
  2. #62  
    Yeah works great as long as you are-
    PLUGGED IN DIRECTLY to a POWER PLANT

    Why on earth does anyone need that kind of power on a PDA.
  3. #63  
    Originally posted by ByinHi
    Yeah works great as long as you are-
    PLUGGED IN DIRECTLY to a POWER PLANT

    Why on earth does anyone need that kind of power on a PDA.
    It uses LESS power than existing ARM processors. And as far needing that much power, think out of the box. Think voice recognition instead of conventional data entry into your "handheld computer".
  4. #64  
    (Head peeking out of box)

    Voice recognition. Hmmmm iteresting point.
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