Ultra-low-voltage or ULV processors will probably become a legendary chips later as it starts to appear packed in newly released netbooks and laptop computers. Sometime, we don't consider those underlying technology but if you'll going to move deeper, you can actually feel how this chips supports the powerful performance of your machines. CNet got a first impressions for this chips, the Intel Core i5-520UM and Core i7-640UM from the upcoming Sony's Vaio Y series computers.
What are the things we need to know about this machine? Of course, try to imagine a machine that runs on the top of a very low-powered platform, the one which could offer a much efficient battery life, a longer hour of computing experience in a single charge, and of course, we owe this features from Intel's CULV technology, right?
Here are the list of high-powered or probably could be considered as a high-end model that uses this technology, the Hewlett-Packard Envy 13, Toshiba Portege R600, Dell Adamo Desire, and of course, the above mentioned Sony Vaio Y machines. These are the few computers which take advantage this capabilities of of Core i5 and i7, but right now, this new upcoming Intel's microchips will probably get the attention of those manufacturer to produce more for a less power requirements in a big returning performance later.