Intel Santa Rosa SFF platform to shape future design for the desktop

Scheduled to debut in the first quarter of 2007, Intel's Santa Rosa platform will utilize the Core2 Duo mobile processor, previously code-named Merom, for small-form-factor (SFF) implementations for the desktop.

SFF PC manufacturers indicated that Intel's intention is to use the new processor core to narrow the gap between notebooks and desktops in performance, power consumption and heat dissipation, in an integrated architecture for the PC.

More here at DigiTimes.

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