Since the middle of 2008, the Intel Centrino 2 (code name Penryn) has replaced the Centrino (Pentium M) in laptop computers. This double core CPU achieves speeds between 2.26 and 2.93 GHz, provides you with extra battery life, has a WiFi draft-n chip and as an optional extra, a graphics controller which supports HD encoding. The full power of your notebook has finally become a reality!
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