Notebooks are expected to almost completely migrate to dual-core processors in 2007, as Intel and leading makers jointly push up the proportion of dual-core models shipped starting in the second half of this year, according to industry sources. Intel plans to boost the proportion of dual-core notebooks to 90% of the total by the fourth quarter of this year and to 95% in the first quarter of next year, according to sources at Taiwan notebook makers, who have seen Intel's latest roadmap.
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