I'm not sure if this will make a difference or anything but I found an error in that article. It states that the Pentium 4 M is in Centrino notebooks when the Pentium M is in Centrino notebooks. If the Pentium 4 M was in them, the battery life would probably
be cut in half and they would run very hot.
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