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Intel Corp. has taken another hit as Japan’s largest PC maker, NEC Corp. shows off its new notebook PC based on Transmeta’s 600-MHz, x86-based microprocessor line. Last month, Fujitsu, NEC and Sony launched notebooks based on Transmeta’s Crusoe. Hitachi is also reportedly preparing a line of Transmeta-based notebooks.

Transmeta’s strategy is to stay out of the performance market and concentrate on the lucrative low-power portable market. In fact, recent benchmarks demonstrate how much the Crusoes lag when compared to performance chips, though analysts say that such comparisons may not be valid.

For more information, read wired.com,theregister.co.uk and semibiznews.com.

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