Two ULV mobile Celerons are in the works
One week ago we reported on Intel plans to launch two new mainstream Celeron processors, dual-core B815 with improved graphics and single-core B720. According to Fudzilla, in the first quarter 2012 Intel will also introduce two ultra-low voltage Celeron models with processor numbers 867 and 797. The new chips will succeed Celeron 857 and 787 microprocessors, that were released in July of this year.
Like its predecessor, Intel Celeron 797 has one CPU core and 1.5 MB level 3 cache. At 1.4 GHz clock frequency, this CPU is 100 MHz faster than the Celeron 787. The 797 has 17 Watt TDP, and it will be priced at $107.
Intel Celeron 867 features two CPU cores and larger 2 MB L2 cache. The processor runs at 1.3 GHz, and has the same 17 Watt Thermal Design Power as the 797. The 867 comes with integrated HD graphics, clocked from 350 MHz under normal conditions, and up to 1 GHz in Turbo mode. Price of this model will be identical to current price of Celeron 857, which is $134.
Specifications of upcoming mobile Celerons, including two mainstream models, are provided in the table below:
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