Intel will launch the 65nm Celeron D processor lineup along with the Celeron M 410 on May 28:
Intel’s Celeron M 410 series, which will be at the lowest end of Intel’s notebook-use CPU lineup, delivers a total dissipated power (TDP) of up to 27 watts and features a core clock speed of 1.46GHz, indicated the sources. The new 65nm processor will be priced at US$86 in 1000-unit tray quantities, the sources added.
The 27W Celeron M 410 will specifically target the embedded PC market, where Taiwan-based VIA Technologies sits with its C7 embedded processor, the sources noted. VIA’s C7 series, which only delivers a TDP of up to 15W, will inevitably face pressure from Intel’s upcoming offering, the sources believe.