These laptops are powered by Intel’s new Centrino “Core Duo” Platform (Intel’s page on Centrino Duo Technology).
Note: This page is now obsolete (2008)
Anandtech also published a great breakdown of the technology behind the new platform, as well as a review of the platform itself – performance, battery life, and comparisons between single and dual-core setups.
A very good rundown of the Intel Core Duo platform is available at Wikipedia.
The Core Duo’s replacement, the Core 2 Extreme, could offer as much as 40% more performance – more information at TG Daily.
TravelMate 3010/3012 – 12.1-inch widescreen
TravelMate 3020 – 12.1-inch widescreen
Apple MacBook – 13.3-inch widescreen
ASUS W5F – 12.1-inch widescreen
ASUS S6F – 11-inch widescreen
Dell XPS M1210 – 12.1-inch widescreen
ThinkPad X60 – XGA 12.1-inch
ThinkPad X60s – XGA 12.1-inch (slightly slower than the X60)
MSI Computers, Inc.
MSI S262 – WXGA 12.1-inch
Toughbook CF-74 – XGA 13.3-inch display (semi-rugged)
Pegasus 330 – 13.3-inch widescreen
VAIO VGN SZ2 Series – 13.3-inch widescreen
Portege M400 Tablet PC – 12-inch “convertible” Tablet PC replacement for the popular Portege M200 Tablet PC.
More Core Duo-powered laptops should start showing up in the next month or so – some companies such as ASUS and Lenovo are taking their current laptop form factors and simply swapping out systemboards which is both good and bad – it does keep the price down, but it doesn’t necessarily take advantage of the Core Duo’s smaller size, lighter weight, lower temperature, longer battery life, etc. etc.