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Article on Mobile KATMAI release info and confused about it

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I just read the article, http://www.infoworld.com/cgi-bin/displayStory.pl?98039.ehkatmai.htm , and I was wondering if there is more info on it.  Intel previously stated that 100MHz mobile PII would be released Q2 99, but this article states that the Katmai would be out even before that.  Anything answering its true release date or the fact that the mobile and desktop versions would be simultaneously released would be greatly appreciated.
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Seems no one going to answer ... so I post comment.
Intel seems silent about Katmai, they stay for first half of 1999. Also many sources (like
Ziff-Davis) says the same. I read about it, sounds neat: like you have 400MHz when you
connected to AC wall, and goes down to 300MHz when you work with battery. Why you
asking ?
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Kobi, I checked again ... article that you pointed to is like ad.
Official Intel says that first half of 1999.
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