Dual core Celeron SU2300 will release in the second quarter of 2010

Thursday, December 24, 2009

According to the resource Fudzilla, Intel is going to release a successor to its popular dual-core processor Celeron SU2300 in the second quarter of 2010. Your mobile chip with a clock speed of 1.2 GHz has already found application in many existing models of entry-level laptops cost about 500 euros, for example, in a special "Olympic" edition Acer Aspire 1410.

Dual-Core Celeron SU2300 is an excellent alternative to single-core chip CULV Celeron 743, because of the relatively small money offers much better performance. With regard to his probable successor, no details on the new mobile CPU is not reported. We only know that it will be a model of the product line for the Montevina platform or Calpella.

Already mentioned chip Celeron 743 should retain its relevance, at least until the second quarter of 2010, and his successor is likely to get a higher clock speed. At the same time, it is obvious that the upper segment of the Intel mobile processors in the coming year will take the model Core i7 620 and Core i7 UM 640 UM. These chips will be the basis of high-performance notebooks cost more than a thousand euros.