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Default VIA Announces the VIA Nano X2 Dual Core CPU

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VIA Nano X2 processors are the first truly optimized, low power dual-core processors. Combining two 64-bit ‘Isaiah’ cores in one die, VIA Nano X2 processors deliver industry leading performance-per-watt and improved multi-tasking ability, without consuming more power.
http://www.via.com.tw/en/products/processors/nanoX2/
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