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Intel expands Pentium M, Celeron M lineup

Posted: 27 Jul 2004 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

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Intel Corp. expanded its Pentium M processor and Celeron M processor families with products aimed at the mini-notebook, sub-notebook and tablet PC segments that represent small mobile PCs typically weighing around 3lbs (1.36kg).

The new offerings include the Pentium M processor low voltage 738, the Pentium M processor ultra-low voltage 733 and 723, and the Celeron M processor ultra low voltage 353. All four processors are based on Intel's mobile micro-architecture and built using the company's high-volume 90nm process technology.

The low voltage and ultra low voltage Pentium M processors, in conjunction with the Intel 855 chipset family and the Intel PRO/Wireless network connection family, are key components of Intel Centrino mobile technology. These new processors feature such architectural enhancements as a 2MB Level 2 cache, a power-optimized 400MHz system bus, and enhanced data pre-fetcher and enhanced register access manager for fast execution of instructions at low power. The devices also include Enhanced Intel Speedstep Technology, which helps optimize application performance and power consumption to enable extended battery life.

According to a press release from Intel, the Celeron M processor ultra low voltage 353 offers users a balanced level of mobile-optimized processor technology and exceptional value for small mobile PCs.

Pentium M processor low voltage 738, Pentium M processor ultra-low voltage 733, Pentium M processor ultra-low voltage 723 and Celeron M ultra low voltage 353 are priced at $284, $262, $241 and $161, respectively.





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