CULV


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CULV

(Consumer Ultra Low Voltage) An Intel brand coined in 2009 for a variety of ultra low voltage (ULV) CPUs, including Pentium, Celeron, Core 2 Solo, Core 2 Duo and Atom chips.
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the largest telecom service provider in Taiwan, is going to buy a total of 100,000 CULV laptops and netbook PCs from Acer, Asus, BenQ and Sony, and models installed with Windows 7 from Gigabyte, Asus and Acer in 2010.
Unsatisfied with CULV processor performance at that time, Sony didn't rush to develop and launch its CULV-based models until performance of CULV processors has been improved this year.
The Digital Signage Pavilion is another newly created trend products pavilion with HGiga exhibiting the latest products that integrate view counting features, with AOpen and COLLEVO exhibiting this years hottest product, the All-In-One enhanced with CULV features.
Acer actively pushed CULV (Consumer Ultra Low Voltage) notebook PC models in 2009, but won higher acceptance only in China and Japan.
lt;p>As for future ThinkPad trends, Lenovo may release a successor to the ThinkPad X300 using a lower-voltage CULV processor from Intel to cut heat and energy usage, said Franciso Carias, Lenovo's worldwide product marketing manager for the ThinkPad line.
7, 2010 (CENS) -- With laptops in different specifications becoming popular with consumers, Taiwanese telecom companies have decided to increase procurements of notebook PCs, netbook PCs and laptops based on CULV (consumer ultra low voltage) platform for sale in 2010 on the island, according to industry sources.
lt;p>Ragones also said that Ion netbooks can even outshine pricier mainstream notebook PCs running new low-wattage processors such as AMD's Neo and Intel's CULV.
The projected substantial growth in 2010 earnings is based on the increased shipments in CULV (consumer ultra low voltage) NBs and AIO (all-in-one) PCs.
lt;p>There were a number of other notable devices shown off at Computex, including thin, light laptops created around Intel's CULV (consumer ultra low voltage) microprocessors from every major Taiwanese producer, such as Acer's Timeline laptop series and Asustek's U-series.