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Dual processor laptops?

The only kind of dual CPU laptop you can get is a dual core laptop.

Scott Ehrlich wrote:
> I've been asked to spec out a dual processor laptop.  What is the 
> difference between Intel's Duo and having dual processors?  I've heard 
> that the Duo Core puts two processors back-to-back, affectively making 
> it a dual processor.  Is this correct?   How does this really differ, 
> if at all, from having two separate processors on the motherboard?
> We are largely a Dell shop, but I don't have to go solely with Dell. 
> Ignore budgets for now.
> Thanks for leads.
> Scott

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