Intel adds two chips to Celeron line

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 128Kb of integrated Level 2 cache, as do the previously announced 333 and 300MHz Celeron chips, according to a statement from Intel.

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.

Intel, in Santa Clara, California can be reached at +1-408-987-8080, or at http://www.intel.com/.

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