DigiTimes reports Intel will launch new Celeron processors for desktop PCs and laptops in September:
Intel will launch dual-core Celeron G540 (2.5GHz) and G530 (2.4GHz), and single-core Celeron G440 (1.6GHz) processors for desktop PCs with prices at US$52, US$42 and US$37 in thousand-unit tray quantities, respectively, and will gradually phase out six existing Celeron processors including E3500 and 450.
For notebook platforms, Intel will launch dual-core Celeron B840 and B800, and single-core Celeron B710 as well as an ultra-low-voltage single-core Celeron 787 processors with prices at US$86, US$86, US$70 and US$107.
Additionally, the chip giant will also roll out a couple of new Atom chips for the netbook market:
For netbooks, Intel is set to launch dual-core Atom N2800 and N2600 CPUs with prices at US$47 and US$42, while for nettops, Intel will offer dual-core Atom D2700 and D2500 CPUs with prices at US$52 and US$42.