MacBook Air could sport new Intel ULV processors
The rumored revision of the MacBook Air, which is expected to go on sale by the end of July, could sport Intel's new ULV chipsets, according to CNet. "ULV" stands for "ultra-low voltage" -- something that is very important for ultra-slim laptops like the MacBook Air.
In addition to the low power dissipation of the new ULV chips, they also offer much faster processing speeds. Here's a rundown of the ULV chipset offerings (and their prices) that Intel just announced:
- Core i7-2677M: 2 cores, 1.8 GHz (turbo boost to 2.9 GHz), 4 MB cache, 17 watts, $317
- Core i7-2637M: 2 cores, 1.7 GHz (turbos to 2.8 GHz), 4 MB cache, 17 watts, $289
- Core i5-2557M: 2 cores, 1.7 GHz (turbos to 2.7 GHz), 3 MB cache, 17 watts, $250
Earlier today, another next-generation MacBook Air rumor surfaced that alleges the next version of the Air will also come in a black anodized aluminum body.
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