Bij Overclockers's Haven is een preview online gemikt van de pas aangekondigde Crusoe processor van Transmeta. Vanwege zijn extreem laag energieverbruik is de Crusoe ideaal om in laptops en andere draagbare internet apparaatjes (Webpads bv) te planten:
I am sure that very few people were disappointed with the product, as it boasts some of the most impressive specs ever to grace a CPU. It turns out that the CPU was designed for laptops only, specifically designed to balance power consumption and performance. This gives Transmeta an advantage over Intel and AMD, who usually simply modify their desktop CPUs to operate on laptops.
There are two versions of the Crusoe. The high-end model, the 5400, features a .18µ core, 128KB of on-chip L1 cache, 256k of L2 cache, and a die size of 73mm². The 5400 operates at an unheard of 700MHz! The economy model (targeted for internet appliances and ultra-light notebooks), the 3120, utilizes a .22µ core, 96k of on-chip L1 cache, NO L2 cache, and a die size of 77mm². The 3120 will run at 400MHz.