Intel announces the “Ultra Mobile Platform 2007″

The much talked about “McCaslin” is the all new Ultra Mobile Platform 2007. Intel launched the new platform for UMPCs today at IDF, Beijing.

If you have not seen the Video about the future of UMPCs — Watch it here

More Surprising news is that, the new line of manufacturers for this platform would be Aigo, Samsung, Asus, HTC, Fujitsu & Haier. HTC Shift prototype devices were powered by VIA, but the production unit will be using the all new Ultra Mobile Platform from Intel.

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Intel® processor A100 and A110

Intel offers two new processors as part of the Intel Ultra Mobile Platform 2007. Based on low-power Intel architecture technology and optimized for use in ultra-mobile devices, they are paired with the new Intel® 945GU Express Chipset and Intel® I/O Controller Hub (ICH7).

Intel® processor A100

  • 600MHz CPU
  • 400MHz Front Side Bus
  • 512KB Level 2 Cache
  • 3W TDP
  • 14x19mm package

Intel® processor A110

  • 800MHz CPU
  • 400MHz Front Side Bus
  • 512KB Level 2 Cache
  • 3W TDP
  • 14x19mm package

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