Intel targets all-day battery life for netbooks
Written by Gizmo   
Thursday, 04 June 2009 11:06

By Martyn Williams , IDG News Service

The ability to run a netbook all day on a single battery charge is one of the goals Intel has set for itself as it develops the Atom platform.

"We are going to do more integration, we are going to try to reduce the power in order to have sleekest form-factor, the lightest system and to increase the battery life," said Mooly Eden, head of Intel's mobile platforms group, in an interview at the Computex trade show in Taipei on Wednesday. "The idea is to deliver such a product that will be day-long. You'll be able to go with your netbook without the need to carry the power supply."

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