The U1300 will be priced at $230 and the U1400 at $250.
And it will follow that up with a U2500 later in the year, a dual core 533MHz system bus processor which will cost $280 or so. Meanwhile, again mid April, it will start selling its 430 and 420 mobile Celeron Yonah chips, clocking at 1.73GHz and 1.60GHz, each with 1MB of cache. Again, later in the year, it will introduce the 410, which is a 1.46GHz 1MB mobile Celeron.After introducing these ULV single core Yonah processors the chip giant will cut prices on existing mobile Celerons like the 380 and 390 to boost demand for the Yonah processors.
Source: The Inquirer.