Discussion in 'The Living Room' started by Aaron, Mar 1, 2006.
You had your chance, GUHYVEN.
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?
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).
Core-duo is a Dual Core CPU (2 CPU cores in one).
And I'm too assed to explain how it works right now .
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.
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.
Have you seen the Microsoft iPod video?
I'm sure you could answer that question yourself.
Two processors are going to be faster than one.
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