Intel shows concept iPhone running on Moorestown platform

At the ongoing Intel Developer Forum the chip-giant has, perhaps unsurprisingly, been talking up some future technology.

The "Moorestown" processor was revealed, not realistically about to hit the market until 2009 or 2010, Intel described this as the chip the iPhone would have wanted.

With 45nm processor and integrating a memory controller, video encode/decode engine and graphics all on a single chip it will allow concept products like the device shown, to become a reality.

A super-slim UMPC with phone capablities, this touchscreen device, apparently a deliberate homage to Apple, could run for 24 hours between charges.





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