Crusoe-based devices expected next month
Transmeta chief executive David Ditzel said the first products using the company's low-power Crusoe chip could appear at next month's PC Expo in New York.
Ditzel said it's not yet clear whether the first Crusoe devices will be full-featured notebook computers or "Webpad"-style Internet appliances.
The Crusoe system requires less power than existing designs and uses "code-morphing" software, which allows the chips to emulate Intel or other chips without some of the performance penalty traditionally associated with emulation.
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