The 1.6 GHz Intel Atom N2600 and 1.86 GHz Atom N2800 chips aren’t the only new netbook processors in Intel’s 2012 lineup. The company has released a detailed document looking at features in the new Cedar Trail chips and it includes a few previously unannounced model numbers.
The Intel Atom N2650 will be a 1.7 GHz dual core chip with a TDP of 3.6 Watts, while the Atom N2850 is a 2 GHz, 6.6W processor.
Intel is also adding a 1.86 GHz Atom D2550 desktop processor which will have the same TDP as the Atom D2500, but a faster graphics processor clock speed.
There’s no word on whether these new chips will show up in any of the first Cedar Trail netbooks, notebooks, and desktop computers expected to hit the streets early this year.
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