The Inquirer has seen Intel's mobile roadmap and reports the chip giant will introduce two Napa platforms: a professional and a fundamental one.
The professional platform features dual-core Pentium M Yonah processors, the 945GM/PM/GMS Express chipsets and the Intel PRO/Wireless 3945ABG solution. The fundamental platform has single-core Pentium M Yonah processors and lacks Virtualization Technology and Active Management Technology.
The Yonah will arrive by the 1st of January and for the second half of 2006 the company has planned the Merom. Merom is a 65nm processor with a 667MHz FSB and 4MB L2 cache.
|Yonah CPU 667MHz front side bus|
|Yonah CPU 667MHz front side bus LV (low voltage)|
|Yonah DC||L1400||1.66GHz||667||2MB L2||$315|
|Yonah DC||L1300||1.5GHz||667||2MB L2||$284|
|Yonah CPU 533MHz front side bus ULV (ultra low voltage)|
|Yonah SC||1200||1.2GHz||533||2MB L2||$260|
|Yonah SC||1100||1.06GHz||533||2MB L2||$240|
|Intel PRO/wireless 3945 ABG||$26|
By early January they will also launch ULV Pentium M 773 processors clocked at 1.3GHz with a 400MHz FSB and 2MB L2 cache. And by the end of January we can expect the Celeron M 390 which is clocked at 1.7GHz with 1MB L2 cache and a $135 price tag.