Intel today rolled out its latest notebook-oriented CPU, the Mobile Intel Pentium 4 548.
Pitched at desktop-replacement systems, the 548 is clocked at 3.33GHz and supports HyperThreading. Fabbed at 90nm, the 'Prescott'-derived part includes 1MB of L2 cache and SSE 3 support. Enhanced SpeedStep technology is included to keep the heat dissipation down.
The part is likely to be based on the anticipated E-0 Mobile P4 core stepping, announced in July 2004. E-0 based 90nm Mobile P4s are due on 1 October.
The chip costs $262 when sold in batches of 1000. ®
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