Intel has launched its latest addition to the Celeron family of budget processors this week, a 2GHz chip built on a 0.13-micron manufacturing process. The processor uses the 478-pin form factor and features a 400MHz bus. Expect to see these chips appearing in budget PCs come Christmastime, and if you happen to want a thousand of them, you can get them at $103 apiece. The retail price is likely to include a bit of markup.
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