Intel has announced two new Celeron processors to its lower end chip line which debuted last year.
Intel says it has added Celeron processors running at 400 and 366MHz , which are designed to power low-cost PC desktops and mobile products.
The new processors have 128Kbof integrated Level 2 cache, as do the previously announced 333 and 300MHz Celeron chips, according to a statement from Intel.
In quantities of 1,000, the 400MHz processor in Plastic Pin Grid Array (PPGA) packaging is priced at $US158 and the Single Edge Processor Package (SEPP) version is $166, the company says.
The 366MHz Celeron in PPGA packaging is $123 and the SEPP version is $131, Intel says.
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