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To demonstrate 2005 mobile platform concepts, Intel has developed three concept
mobile PCs, code-named "Florence." The 12-inch model features EMA functionality
and converts from a laptop to a tablet PC, allowing maximum flexibility to
balance office and mobile demands. The 15.4-inch model is designed to enhance
worker productivity with fingerprint and smartcard security, built-in array
microphones and camera for collaboration, and EMA functionality. The 17-inch
Mobile Entertainment PC allows users to communicate and be entertained around
the home with a wide-screen display in a sleek, portable design; a wireless
Bluetooth keyboard; built-in voice-over-IP handset and remote control;
integrated array microphones and camera; and Intel High Definition Audio for
high-quality sound.

Intel has demonstrated concept mobile PCs, based on its Dothan
processors. Intel is accelerating the development of new and innovative mobile
PCs. The Mobile Platform Vision Guide (MPVG) provides a framework for developing
future notebooks based on Intel’s Centrino mobile technology. The 2004 MPVG
featured Intel’s first example of Extended Mobile Access (EMA), which enables
closed-lid instant access to e-mail and other information through a secondary
display on the lid of notebook PCs, based on Intel’s Centrino mobile technology.
PC manufacturer Lenovo demonstrated a model of its EMA-capable "Vela" laptop,
and Insyde Software announced software that enables EMA functions, including
allowing the laptop to enter a low-power mode when the lid is closed, while
remaining connected to a wireless enterprise network.

To demonstrate 2005 mobile platform concepts, Intel has developed three concept
mobile PCs, code-named "Florence." The 12-inch model features EMA functionality
and converts from a laptop to a tablet PC, allowing maximum flexibility to
balance office and mobile demands. The 15.4-inch model is designed to enhance
worker productivity with fingerprint and smartcard security, built-in array
microphones and camera for collaboration, and EMA functionality. The 17-inch
Mobile Entertainment PC allows users to communicate and be entertained around
the home with a wide-screen display in a sleek, portable design; a wireless
Bluetooth keyboard; built-in voice-over-IP handset and remote control;
integrated array microphones and camera; and Intel High Definition Audio for
high-quality sound.

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