Like all mobile Celerons, the 1019Y has two cores, 2 MB L3 cache, and integrated HD graphics. The processor is clocked at 1 GHz, and the GPU runs at 350 MHz, with a maximum turbo frequency of 800 MHz. The CPU supports Virtualization and other basic technologies, and lacks more advanced features, such as Hyper-Threading or Turbo Boost. Celeron 1019Y has 10 Watt TDP. The processor can operate within 7 Watt power envelope, but, we believe, at a reduced performance level. The official price of the 1019Y is $153.
Related News (older articles):
Jan 11, 2013: Intel launches "Y" series ULV CPUs (part II)