Texas Instruments look ahead to the future with news of it churning out next generation ARM processors which will be code-named as Eagle, where it will be unveiled on an official basis later this year. Right now, we only know its code name, and if we have learnt well enough from history, the Eagle processor will definitely be more powerful compared to current ARM-based chips while consuming less amounts of juice – which is always a good thing where mobile chip space is concerned. One tends to find Texas Instruments’ ARM-based processors make an appearance in smartphones as well as other low power electronics devices, but netbooks could be a viable platform down the road, although you will probably have to wait for at least one more year before it shows up in hardware on the shelves.
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