Having failed to make muc (if any) of an impact in the laptop market, Transmeta is expected to launch a line of media products at CES in January, sources told the Silion Valley Sleuth.
Transmeta, you might remember, once promised to bring low power processing to a lap near you. The company however missed product deadlines, ruined its relation with OEM and recently lost the only thing that made it a slightly interesting company: Linux Torvards, who started working for the Open Source Development Labs instead.
The Transmeta media boxes mark a move by the company into devices. But we seriously doubt the company will have much of an impact. Consumers don't know the brand, and both established players and start-ups have littered the market with their 'perfect' and 'one of a kind' solutions.
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