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Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Intel iBook Coming In June

From TAIPEI - "Asustek Computer Inc has secured a contract from Apple Computer Inc for iBook notebook personal computers, estimated at about 1.2 mln units initially, the Commercial Times reported, without citing sources. The laptops will be powered by Intel Corp microprocessors and equipped with 13.3-inch liquid crystal display panels. " The article also says that Apple will start selling them in June. Could Apple hold a keynote this month and announce them? We will just have to wait and see.

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