CULV

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AcronymDefinition
CULVConsumer Ultra Low Voltage (Intel)
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Its current most power efficient chip being used in Apple's MacBook Air and a lot of Windows 8 based ultrabooks is rated at 17 Watts (also known as a Consumer Ultra Low Voltage (CULV) chip).
Worth mentioning is that market demand for once-popular netbook PCs and CULV (consumer ultra low voltage) platform-based laptops has significantly shrunk this year, with contribution of netbook PCs and CULV laptops to Taiwan's overall laptop shipments already declining to 27.9% and 20.6%, respectively, in the first quarter of the year from 48.4% and 26.72% a year earlier, according to IDC analysts.
<p>There were a number of other notable devices shown off at Computex, including thin, light laptops created around Intel's CULV (consumer ultra low voltage) microprocessors from every major Taiwanese producer, such as Acer's Timeline laptop series and Asustek's U-series.
The ASUS UX30, which is based on Intel's consumer ultra low voltage (CULV) processor, offers the perfect balance of thinness, light weight and power.
As a laptop, the U1 Hybrid runs on a full blown version of Windows 7 and an Intel Consumer Ultra Low Voltage processor-the Core i5-540um (1.2GHz).
22, 2010 (CENS) -- With laptops with different specifications becoming popular with consumers, Taiwanese telecom companies have decided to increase procurements of notebook PCs, netbook PCs and laptops based on CULV (consumer ultra low voltage) platform for sale in 2010 on the island, according to industry sources.
Taipei, March 8, 2010 (CENS) -- Sony has recently unveiled its newest Vaio Y series notebook PCs, which are all based on Intel's CULV (consumer ultra low voltage) platform, showing its determination to venture into the segment for CULV laptops.
With excellent R&D capability, Acer last year worked out the world's first CULV (consumer ultra low voltage) platform-based laptop, Timeline, which is 2.54cm thick, sells for only NT$30,000 per unit and has proven popular with consumers.
More notable is that Acer launched CLUV (consumer ultra low voltage) platform-based notebook PCs and Google's Android laptops as the foremost in the line, showing its unprecedented efficiency in R&D.
Acer actively pushed CULV (Consumer Ultra Low Voltage) notebook PC models in 2009, but won higher acceptance only in China and Japan.
7, 2010 (CENS) -- With laptops in different specifications becoming popular with consumers, Taiwanese telecom companies have decided to increase procurements of notebook PCs, netbook PCs and laptops based on CULV (consumer ultra low voltage) platform for sale in 2010 on the island, according to industry sources.
The projected substantial growth in 2010 earnings is based on the increased shipments in CULV (consumer ultra low voltage) NBs and AIO (all-in-one) PCs.