“Speaking on his regular podcast, Calacanis claimed to have information from a ‘well-placed source’ that confirms the plans,” Evans reports.
“Intel’s recent release to manufacturers of its new ‘Santa Rosa’ laptop processor has added more fuel to these flames,” Evans reports. “Santa Rosa implements support for solid state memory in a way which can be deployed to boost laptop start-up times and battery life.”
“Santa Rosa chips offer longer battery life and faster Core 2 Duo processors, alongside support for the draft version of 802.11n wireless networking and a Turbo Memory feature that supplements the standard hard drive with NAND flash for faster booting,” Evans reports.
Full article, with link to Calacanis’ podcast, here.