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Galaxy Trucker on Android, Geometry Wars 3 on iOS and more.
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MSI has updated their netbook line once again. While the U130 and U135 already packed Intel’s latest Pine Trail processor, the U160 is throwing down the battery gauntlet. Fifteen hours on one charge? That’s nuts.
Intel revealed its new line of Atom processors today, including the “Pineview” nettop-centred ones we saw benchmarked earlier. What do they have to offer? A smaller footprint, better efficiency and not a lot more power.
HardwareZone got the scoop on this upcoming Seashell 2 netbook designed by Karim Rashid. It has a 1.8GHz Pine View Atom N450 CPU, Windows 7, and a new slide-out battery…but its other specs are boringly normal-no Nvidia Ion graphics.
Digitimes has it from one of their annoying anonymous, sometimes accurate “industry insiders” that Intel’s next-gen Pine Trail Atom processors, which boast built-in GPUs and memory controllers for slightly improved graphics performance and massively improved battery life, will ship in Q4, in October at the earliest. [Digitimes]