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Sony is planning a Transmeta based computer. Sony will put Transmeta's Crusoe microprocessor into its Vaio C1 sub-notebook computer, making it the first company to announ...
Sony is planning a Transmeta based computer. Sony will put Transmeta's Crusoe microprocessor into its Vaio C1 sub-notebook computer, making it the first company to announce its use of the new, energy saving chip. Sony maintains that the decision doesn't reflect a move away from Intel but rather a decision to use the most appropriate processor for each machine, in this case choosing Crusoe for its improved battery life. The Crusoe powered Vaio is slated to ship next fall.

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