Intel yesterday introduced three mobile processors aimed at both the high-end enterprise and low-cost consumer markets.
The mobile P4 M processor runs at a clock speed of 2.5GHz while the latest mobile Celeron processors clock at 2.2GHz and 1.26GHz.
The chip giant said that the P4 M processor is designed for desktop replacement notebooks used for applications such as business multi-tasking, collaborative workgroups, video encoding and digital media editing.
The mobile Celeron processors are for low-cost consumer laptops.
In unit quantities of 1,000 the 2.5GHz P4 M processor is priced at $562, the 2.2GHz Celeron at $149 and the 1.26GHz Celeron at $107.
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