A Great Leap For Laptops

Intel's Tillamook processor makes the new models lighter yet more powerful

Who says you can't get something for nothing? The newest notebook computers, built around Intel's latest Pentium processor, offer more speed, extra memory, huge disk drives, and, in many cases, bigger displays, often at lower prices than the models they replace. Falling computer prices are nothing new, but these laptops provide a bonus: More power with less weight and longer battery life.

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