Intel Celeron Dual-Core microprocessors
Intel Celeron Dual-Core processor family is the latest generation of Celeron-branded budget microprocessors. The family was introduced in January 2008, and currently consists of 7 desktop and 9 mobile microprocessors. The Celeron Dual-core family is based on Core microarchitecture, and includes all basic Core features:
Dual-core Celerons include the same power-saving features as other Core-based desktop microprocessors: Extended HALT and Extended Stop Grant modes, and enhanced SpeedStep technology. Performance of Celeron dual-core processors is lower than performance of mid-class Pentium Dual-Core, or high performance Core 2 Duo families, but it's sufficient for many basic office tasks like word processing, browsing, and e-mail.
"Dual-Core" part of the "Celeron Dual-Core" family name was eventually dropped, and the family is currently branded as "Celeron". Mobile Celeron dual-core processors are currently branded as "Mobile Celeron".
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