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Intel bumps up Mobile Pentium 4-M clock speed

Intel bumps up Mobile Pentium 4-M clock speed

Intel has increased the top speed of its Mobile Pentium 4-M processor and added two new Mobile Celeron processors to its lineup.

The Mobile Pentium 4-M now comes in a 2.5GHz version, a bump up from the previous clock speed leader, the 2.4GHz processor. The Mobile Pentium 4-M was Intel's primary chip for notebooks until the launch of the Pentium M in March.

Desktop replacement notebooks will use the Mobile Pentium 4-M, which is a modified version of the Pentium 4 desktop processor. The Pentium M is a new processor design that incorporates performance features in the Pentium 4 with some low-power features found in the Pentium III, and is Intel's primary chip for thin-and-light and ultraportable notebooks.

The new Mobile Pentium 4-M is priced at $US562 in 1000-unit quantities. The new Mobile Celerons for the low end of the notebook market are priced at $149 for the 2.4GHz version and $107 for the 1.26GHz version, both in quantities of 1000 units.


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