Intel Boosts Mobile Celeron Performance

Aug 31, 2004
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Intel Corporation today introduced the Intel® Celeron® M processors 350 and 360 for mobile PCs. Based on Intel's mobile architecture, the Intel Celeron M processor balances good mobile performance with exceptional value in thin and light notebook designs.

The Intel Celeron M processors 350 and 360 are the first standard-voltage Intel Celeron M processors built on Intel's industry-leading 90 nanometer (nm) process technology. They run at frequencies of 1.30 GHz and 1.40 GHz, respectively, and feature a 400MHz system bus and 1MB of Level 2 cache - almost double the cache of the previous-generation Intel Celeron M processors.

In 1,000-unit quantities, the Intel Celeron M processor 350 and 360 are priced at $107 and $134, respectively.


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