July has started pretty slow in terms of Intel processor releases as the Santa Clara-based company only introduced one new chip yesterday, an entry-level ultra-low voltage model for mobile PCs called Celeron M 857.
The fresh Celeron is made on 32nm process technology and features two cores clocked at 1.2 GHz, two threads, 2MB of L3 cache, built-in graphics and dual-channel DDR3 memory controller, plus a TDP of 17W.
The Celeron 857 costs $134, the same as the 1.1 GHz 847 chip which it probably aims to replace.




Source :tcmagazine.com