Electronics maker Haleron is making a habit of cramming dual core chips (or just plain dual processors) into netbooks. Today the company announced via Twitter that it’s upcoming Bold Series netbook will sport an Intel Atom D510 processor.
The D510 is an upcoming dual core low power chip that’s part of Intel’s Pine Trail line of next-generation Atom processors.
That’s pretty much all we know about the Haleron Bold for now. There aren’t any pictures, and there’s no information about the size or other specifications. Haleron does say the laptop will be available in November, which sounds a bit early since I’m not really expecting Intel to push its Pine Trail Atom chips until January. But Haleron doesn’t seem like a company that does things the easy way.