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Topic # 6347 18-Jan-2006 07:14
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can someone here pls tell me what is pentium M and what are the differences between pentium M and pentium 4, thanks very much

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Reply # 26664 18-Jan-2006 08:33
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I went to Google and typed 'what is Pentium M' then clicked on the definition that came up.
That definition also included a link through to the wikipedia page for it.

Click here to retrace my steps.

And thats about all I could tell you. :-)

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Reply # 26924 23-Jan-2006 14:12
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Pentium M includes about five different things,

Like wireless, battery life etc


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Reply # 26968 23-Jan-2006 20:33
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thats very interesting


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Reply # 26994 24-Jan-2006 13:50
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Intel have re-branded and 'tidied' their web site a bit. Nice! :)

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