ASUS Offers to Install Intel’s Mobile Chips into Desktops



The world’s largest maker of mainboards ASUSTeK Computer announced on Thursday its adapter that allows installation of Intel Pentium M and Intel Celeron M processors originally developed for mobile computers into desktops. The move not only potentially allows creation of cool and silent computers, but also enables higher performance systems based on the Pentium M chips compared to those existing today.

Source: X-bit labs