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Monday, 21 June 2010 12:12

Intel to launch mobile T3300, T3500 Celeron

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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Penryn based in Q3 / Q4 10
Intel plans to update its Arrandale-based P4500 Celeron in Q4 with P4600 and we’ve already wrote about it here. The new Celeron P4600 will work at 2.0GHz and it replaces already existing P4500 clocked at 1.86GHz, also Arrandale 32nm based.

The new Celeron T3300 is not that exciting and will work at 2.0GHz, while the existing T3100 works at 1.9GHz. The T3300 should launch in Q3 2010. After Celeron T3300 comes T3500 and this should take place in Q4 2010 and this “new” Montevina plus CPU will now work at 2.10GHz, has two cores and two threads, FSB 800MHz, 1MB and they are all 35W CPUs.

All these Penryn based Celerons will lend in some cheap machines powering Montevina Plus platform while the P4500 and P4600 dual core Celeron will power Calpella based machines.

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