HP, Lenovo Bring Out Dual-Core Business PCsBy Jeffrey Burt | Posted 2005-05-27 Email Print
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The dual-core competition begins as PC makers release the first desktops containing Intel's Pentium D processor.HP and Lenovo are among the PC makers rolling out business desktops armed with Intel Corp.'s new dual-core Pentium D processor and accompanying chip set.
Intel launched the new technology at an event Thursday in San Francisco. The desktop processor is the second dual-core desktop chip from the Santa Clara, Calif., chip maker, and it comes less than a week before rival Advanced Micro Devices Inc. launches its Athlon 64 X2 dual-core PC chip.
AMD already released its dual-core Opteron server processor. Intel will start releasing its server chips with dual-core capabilities starting at the end of the year.