New Apple Products as well as Orogami speculation.

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    Aaron

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    You had your chance, GUHYVEN.
     
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    let's hope this one is the truth.
    What's the difference between core solo and core duo? It's something to do with processors, right?
     
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    Yeah, the Core Solo is basically the "little brother" of the Core Duo. They removed the1.67 GHz processor from the current MacBook line-up and so speculation drew that it would be featured in the new iBook (now to be known as a MacBook).
     
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    Core-duo is a Dual Core CPU (2 CPU cores in one).

    And I'm too assed to explain how it works right now :lol: .
     
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    Xbox 1: Biggest game console ever.

    Microsoft Origami: Biggest handheld ever.

    I wonder if Microsoft's design team realizes its better to go small with handheld devices, hence the term HANDheld.
     
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    So a core duo is faster then?
    I read somewhere else where they might be having only a duo version of it. So if it's faster than a single, I'll be happy.
     
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    Have you seen the Microsoft iPod video? :p
     
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    I'm sure you could answer that question yourself.

    Two processors are going to be faster than one.:thumbsup:
     

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