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.
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