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With the release of Intel's Core Duo, Asus is doing it right this time. They are one of the first with a full-fledged Core Duo desktop motherboard out on the market in the form of the N4L-VM DH. This platform is targeted directly at desktop users and gamers who want an ultra-low noise, low-power system, in addition to the rapidly expanding home theater PC market. As an added bonus, the N4L-VM is the least expensive Core Duo desktop platform to hit the market yet, finally cracking the sub-$200 barrier. Pentium-M/Core Duo desktop motherboards have been notoriously expensive compared to Athlon64/Pentium 4 based platforms, so hitting these lower price points certainly may help spur adoption of Core Duo on the desktop
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