Intel's Cedar Trail chips have been delayed.
Rumor has it Intel's newest Atom chips, dubbed Cedar Trail, have been delayed until November. Originally slated for a September release, Digitimes cites sources from notebook players in the industry that say the chips have been delayed due to graphics drivers issues and has yet to be Windows 7 certified.
Cedar Trail is the first netbook platform based on Intel’s 32nm technology, and will bring ultra-thin, fanless designs with new capabilities such as Rapid Start technology, which provides fast resume; Smart Connect Technology, which enables always updated experience even during standby; and Wireless Display and PC Synch, which let users wirelessly update and synchronize documents, content and media across multiple devices. In addition, Intel claims the new platform will enable more than 10 hours of battery life and weeks of standby.