Celeron M with 800MHz FSB: again about Intel
Without fanfares the company launched shipments of processors that are to become the new mobile Celeron generation next year. According to various resources, Brainbox in particular, the new mobile Banias-based Celerons with 800MHz FSB will be based on technologies different from those used in Pentium III-M and Pentium 4, but similar to those used in the latest Pentium M. In particular, these models will be marked ULV (ultra low voltage) providing less heat.
Updated Celeron M processors are positioned for tablet PCs, the niche traditionally occupied by Centrino platform and Pentium M processors. Will Celeron M be able to compete with its "rooted" sibling? It will — under particular conditions: according tInfoWorld, Motion Computing introduced the new M1300 tablet PC on this CPU for $1700 while the same model with 1GHz Pentium M costs over $2000. ZD Net mentioned that HP´s TC1100 announced in October might also feature Celeron M.
PC Watch states that Celeron M processors with 800MHz FSB will have 512KB L2 cache. In Q1 2004 Intel is to introduce models working at 1.2GHz and 1.3GHz, in Q2 2004 – the 1.4GHz model, in Q3 – 1.5GHz processor. From that time Celeron M will base on 90nm Dothan core — Celeron M 900A will be the first model to have it.
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