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Intel to release four new mobile Celeron processors next quarter

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 25 Dec 2012 2:43 User comments (1)

Intel to release four new mobile Celeron processors next quarter Intel has a full lineup ready for the new year.
The company, which has been looking to improve its place in the mobile world dominated by Samsung, Qualcomm and Nvidia, will release four new mobile Celeron processors based on the latest Ivy Bridge architecture.

Firstly, the company will replace their entry-level Celeron 800 and B800 series chips with two new ultra-low voltage processors, the 1.5 GHz 1007U and the 1.8 GHz 1037U, "both of which arrive with a TDP of 17 watts and support for DDR3-1333 memory," says Tom's.

More powerful models, the 1.8 GHz 1000M and the 2.1 GHz 1020M "are rated at 35 watts and are combined with DDR3-1600 memory."

To keep consumption low, the U processors will run a clocked down GPU, which runs at 350 MHz/1000 MHz.

All chips are dual-core with Hyper Threading.

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14.1.2013 12:11

I don't get it, please explain why Intel would use the "Celeron" name? It has such negative connotations!

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