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Posted by on May 19, 2012 in Hardware News |

New ULV Celeron-Ultrabooks will enhance economic

New ULV Celeron-Ultrabooks will enhance economic

Just four days ago AMD launched their expected APU Trinity , with them came their variants Trinity-LV (25W) and Trinity-ULV (17W), which enliven the Ultrathins AMD’s economic competitors Ultrabooks with prices from U.S. $ 599. plans to meet this new challenge AMD’s future economic Ultrabooks priced from $ 699.

These economic Ultrabooks possess a plastic housing but have no touch screen , another difference compared to the more expensive Ultrabooks is that unlike them, are not based on microprocessors Ivy Bridge-ULV , but in the future Celeron-based Sandy Bridge ULV (17W).

The “Sandy Bridge-ULV” will be initially available in two models: (single-core 1.5GHz, 1.5MB L2) and (1.4GHz dual core, 2MB L2), which thanks to their low prices $ 70 and $ 86 respectively, allow the construction of Ultrabooks priced from $ 699, which will make its appearance on dates close to the launch of Windows 8.

It is expected that during the 2013 Intel launches new economic Ultrabooks priced from $ 599.

Link: Intel Celerons entwickelt für Billig-Ultrabooks (Tom’s Hardware)

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