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07/19/06 AMD Quietly Releases New Socket S1 Mobile Semprons - Laptop Logic
"With Socket 754 mobile CPU's at End of Life, AMD needed a replacement single-core, budget CPU for the mobile platform. New Socket S1-flavor Mobile
Semprons are up to the task, bringing even lower prices to AMD-based notebooks."

10/05/06
AMD Preps to Switch to Socket S1, Socket M2, Socket F -  X-bit labs
"For mobile computers AMD is expected to offer Socket S1 with 638-pins, which will replace existing Socket 754 for laptops."

01/25/06
AMD readies Taylor, Trinidad and Socket S1, M2 - the inquirer
"Future projected chips include Taylor, a dual core two channel DDR-2 chip, performing at between 25W and 30W, and including security and virtualisation and embedded in the mysterious Socket S1. Toledo, another dual core processor, will consume 110W, but will also have a life as a notebook chip, as well as a desktop dual babe."
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