“These Arrandale processors are based on the advanced Nehalem architecture first introduced into desktop Macs earlier this year, and should represent a significant performance improvement over the Core 2 Duo processors that are currently found in Apple’s MacBook Pros,” Kim reports.
Kim reports, “While Fudzilla describes their TDP (thermal design power) of 35W as ‘not so attractive,’ it matches up with the current high-end processors used in the MacBook Pro.”
Full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: Yeah, but where’s the PowerBook G5?
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Lynn W” for the heads up.]