Intel Celeron M: the official debut
Today is a very interesting day for those interested in processors. Virtually all companies that make x86 chips published their press releases. However, this one from Intel seems to be the most interesting, as today the company officially launched shipments of its new mobile Intel Celeron M processors. To some extent I can say that the Centrino platform that had had a high price disadvantage finally got rid of it as well. :)
Today we have three Intel Celeron M solutions: the first two, 1.30GHz and 1.20GHz Celeron M, operate at the stanard 1.356V core voltage and feature TDP=24.5W, while the 800MHz ULV (Ultra-Low Voltage) Celeron M requires 1.004V voltage and has TDP=7W. All three are made using 0.13Ám process, have 512KB L2 cache, support 400MHz FSB, support energy saving technologies, including the Deep Sleep, and are designed for Intel 852GM or Intel 855 systems.
I´ll just add that in over 1,000-unit quantities 1.30GHz and 1.20GHz Celeron M cost $134 and $107, respectively, while the 800MHz ULV Celeron M is priced $161.
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