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MacBook Pro - Will the MB Pro get the Core 2 Duo Centrino?

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Have done a search and can't fine the answer.

This would seem to fit in with Jobs' crusade for more power per watt

Core 2 Duo Centrino

There's a 28% power reduction witb these chips.

Is this the one the MBPro will get?
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MBP will most likely get it
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