ARM CEO at Computex 2009: From smartphone to netbook

It’s hard to believe that Computex 2009 is already here, but it sure is and the news is starting to fly in with the CEO of ARM talking about the companies’ future.
Warren East, CEO of ARM Holding has been talking at Computex 2009 about the journey from Smartphone’s to Netbook’s. He feels that the performance of current netbooks is too much for what the consumer needs.

With this in mind, they plan to produce ARM processors that have lower energy consumption. Warren East goes on to talk about “Smartbooks” and how they are essentially an always-online notebook with a much bigger display.

Visit Engadget Chinese to read more on how ARM will compete with Intel, and how they believe in future of the netbook market.

Source:PR Review

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