The low-cost PC market (including notebooks and desktops) is expected to reach annual shipment totals of 10 million units in 2008, according to Jerry Shen, president of Asustek. The CPUs adopted by these 10 million units includes Intel’s Atom and Celeron M, and VIA Technologies’ C7-M. Among which, the Atom will account for seven million units, while the other three million will be shared by Celeron M and C7-M processors, noted Shen.
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I'd say Via (with a back support by Nvidia) will not be happy with that prediction...Reply