The Inquirer had a look at Intel's latest mobile roadmap and shares some details about the pricing of the Yonah processors which will be launched on the first of January 2006. They all have a 667MHz FSB and 2MB of L2 cache memory.
Yonah DC T2600 (2.16GHz): $640
Yonah DC T2500 (2 667GHz): $420
Yonah DC T2400 (1.83GHz): $295
Yonah DC T2300 (1.66GHz): $240
Yonah SC T1300 (1.66GHz): $210
Yonah LV DC L2400 (1.66GHz): $325
Yonah LV DC L2300 (1.5GHz): $285
SC stands for single-core, DC means dual-core and LV is low voltage. The T stands for TDP power 25W to 49W, the L TDP power 15W to 24W, and the U TDP power less than 14 watts.
And in April the company will introduce Yonah processors with the "U" prefix:
These will be the ULV single core - a U1400, clocking at 1.2GHz, and having a 533MHz bus and 2MB of cache at $260, and the U1300, with similar characteristics and a clock speed of 1.06GHz at $240. Later in the year it will introduce the U2500, a 1.06GHz 533MHz 2MB dual core ULV processor, priced at $290.