In the second quarter of this year Intel is planning to launch three new 90nm Celeron processors and two chipsets for the entry-level market. The new Celerons have a Prescott core, a 533MHz FSB and 256KB cache.
The prices are compatible with the current 0.13 micron Celeron processors but should be more cost-effective for Intel because they are made on 12-inch wafers.
The two new entry level chipsets are the 915GV and 910GL. They support both Socket 775 and Socket 478 processors.