Intel Extends Family Of Mobile Processors
New 120-MHz Mobile Pentium® Processor with MMX™ Technology Brings MMX Technology to Mini-Notebook PCs
SANTA CLARA, Calif., Oct. 20, 1997 -- Intel Corporation today introduced the 120-MHz mobile Pentium® processor with MMX™ technology for mini-notebook PCs. With today's introduction, Intel is extending the benefits and improved performance of MMX technology to mini-notebook users at an affordable price.
Mini-notebook PCs are an emerging category of mobile PCs that offer small size, light weight, and fully compatible, fully functional notebook computing. The new 120-MHz mobile Pentium processor with MMX technology was developed for the growing number of mobile workers who desire a light-weight, small-size, and cost-effective mobile PC with improved performance.
"Mini-notebooks offer users a unique combination of portability and functionality," said Frank Spindler, director of marketing, Intel Mobile and Handheld Products Group. "Intel's new 120-MHz Pentium processor with MMX technology enhances the capabilities of mini-notebooks with improved performance and low power consumption not previously available to this group of mobile workers."
Product Technical Details
The 120-MHz mobile Pentium processor with MMX technology, manufactured using Intel's 0.35 micron process technology, operates at an internal voltage of 2.2 volts and consumes 4.2 watts of power (TDP typical). The 120-MHz processor's low power consumption coupled with MMX technology provides mini-notebook PC users with the performance and functionality to effectively run business and communication applications.
The 120-MHz mobile Pentium processor with MMX technology is available in 1,000-unit quantities for $177.
For more information on Intel's mobile Pentium processors with MMX technology, access developer.intel.com/design/mobile/.
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