Intel® Celeron® M Processor on 65nm Process Datasheet
The Intel® Celeron® M processor based the on 65nm process technology is a high-performance, low-power mobile processor with several enhancements over previous mobile Celeron processors. This document contains specifications, including low power features, electrical, mechanical, and thermal specifications, design considerations, and pin information.
Read the full Intel® Celeron® M Processor on 65nm Process Datasheet.
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