Intel has launched two new low-voltage Pentium III-M chips, and a mobile Celeron.
All three chips are designed for use in ultraportable laptops. Dell, Fujitsu and Toshiba are among the manufacturers who have announced plans to use the new products.
The ultra low voltage 800MHz Pentium III-M and low voltage 933MHz Pentium III-M are both intended to run at 1.15 volts, reducing power consumption and the amount of heat generated by the chip.
Current Pentium III-M chips require voltages between 1.15 and 1.4 volts.
Intel has also added its SpeedStep technology to the chips, which can cut back voltage and clock speed for better power management in laptops.
The third new chip to be added to Intel's range is a 733MHz mobile Celeron, intended for use in low-cost notebooks.
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