I spent a little time over on Intel's site (www.intel.com) this evening looking at their current processor lines. This is where I learned that the 1.83 GHz mobile duo core is the "T2400" and that there are two versions of the 1.66 GHz mobile duo - a 15 watt lower power version, the L2400 and a 31 watt version, the T2300. While I had seen various 2.0 GHz notebooks announced form IBM, Dell, Acer and HP, I was surprised to see that Intel offers a 31 watt 2.16 GHz version of the mobile duo as well - the T2600. While this was all very interesting (see chart at http://www.intel.com/products/processor/coreduo/specs.htm) (UPDATE: CHART not coming up now - will wait to see if it comes back, same result with direct link from Intel page) it's going to take a little while to adjust to the intel product line - what's in it and what it's called. I suppose we'll likely just call them 1.8 duos, etc.