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Intel is predicting that the laptops are going to get skinnier in size, without gaining $$ weight in 2005. The cool thing to watch they say is Extended Mobile Architecture, or EMA. “This involves adding a secondary screen on the outside of the notebook. The notebook […]

Intel is predicting that the laptops are going to get skinnier in size, without gaining $$ weight in 2005. The cool thing to watch they say is Extended Mobile Architecture, or EMA. “This involves adding a secondary screen on the outside of the notebook. The notebook stays in the sleep state, but people can monitor what’s landing in their e-mail box. Later, the EMA window could be used to monitor phone calls or messaging traffic. Intel has been noodling with EMA concepts in its labs since 2001,” writes C/Net News.com.

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