Intel ships new processors for ultra-portable mobile PCs.
Intel Corp has introduced low-power processors developed specifically for the smallest, lightest mobile PCs.
The new processors include the 600MHz and the 750MHz Ultra Low Voltage mobile Pentium III processors, of which the 600MHz model is the world's lowest-power PC processor according to Intel. The 600MHz mobile processor is optimised for sub-notebooks while the 750MHz product is meant for the mini-notebook segment.
Both processors feature Intel's SpeedStep technology, which offers two operation modes - maximum performance and battery optimised -, and Intel's QuickStart technology that can power down the processor to less than a tenth of a watt during any application. The 600MHz and 750Mhz mobile processors are available for USD209 and USD316, respectively.
In addition Intel has launched the 600MHz Ultra Low Voltage mobile Celeron processor, the 600MHz Low Voltage mobile Celeron processor and the 800MHz mobile Intel Celeron processor, priced at USD144, USD134 and USD170, respectively. All prices in quantities of 1,000 units.
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|Title Annotation:||Intel Mobile Pentium III 600MHz and 750MHz versions|
|Publication:||Worldwide Computer Products News|
|Article Type:||Product Announcement|
|Date:||May 22, 2001|
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