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More details of Intel's mobile processor roadmap have emerged, courtesy of company sources cited by Web site Xbit Labs.

Much of the information has been covered by The Register before, but one or two extra snippets help to fill out the schedule Intel has in place over the next 12 months and beyond.

So, the first Mobile Celeron to hit 1GHz will ship in April 2002, by which time the entire Mobile Celeron family, including the Low Voltage and Ultra-low Voltage parts, will be based on the 0.13 micron Tualtin core.

The following month will see the Mobile Pentium 4, based on the 0.13 micron Northwood core, released at 1.7GHz, a year after the current P4 made it to that clock speed. The Mobile P4 will debut in Q1 2002 at 1.5GHz and 1.6GHz, as we've reported before, but the new information pegs the release to February 2002.

Xbit's sources also say the 1.2GHz Pentium III-M (a Tualatin part) will ship in October - our earlier roadmap has it down for a September release. Ditto the 700MHz ULV PIII-M and the 800MHz LV PIII-M, which the sources put a month after our roadmap information. The new data suggests the LV PIII-M line will be expanded to take in 733 and 750MHz parts.

So how does all that leave Intel's launch diary looking?

July 2001

  • 866 and 933MHz, and 1.0, 1.06 and 1.13GHz Pentium III-M - 0.13 micron Tualatin, 512KB L2, 133MHz FSB

  • 850MHz Mobile Celeron - 0.18 micron Coppermine, 128KB L2

September/October 2001

  • 1.2GHz Pentium III-M - 0.13 micron Tualatin, 512KB L2

  • 900MHz Mobile Celeron - 0.18 micron Coppermine, 128KB L2

  • 733MHz, 866MHz Mobile Celeron - 0.18 micron Coppermine-T, 133MHz FSB

  • 800MHz Mobile Celeron - 0.18 micron Coppermine-T, 100MHz FSB

  • 750, 800MHz Low Voltage Pentium III-M: 0.13 micron Tualatin, 512KB L2, 100MHz FSB

  • 733MHz Low Voltage Pentium III-M: 0.13 micron Tualatin, 512KB L2, 133MHz FSB

  • 700MHz Ultra-low Voltage Pentium III-M: 0.13 micron Tualatin, 512KB L2, 100MHz FSB

January 2002

  • 1.26GHz Pentium III-M - 0.13 micron Tualatin, 512KB L2, 133MHz FSB

  • 933MHz Mobile Celeron - 0.18 micron Coppermine-T, 133MHz FSB

February 2002

  • 1.5, 1.6GHz Mobile Pentium 4 - 0.13 micron Northwood, 512KB L2

Q1 2002

  • 850MHz Low Voltage Pentium III-M: 0.13 micron Tualatin, 512KB L2, 100MHz FSB

  • 866MHz Low Voltage Pentium III-M: 0.13 micron Tualatin, 512KB L2, 133MHz FSB

  • 750MHz Ultra-low Voltage Pentium III-M: 0.13 micron Tualatin, 512KB L2, 100MHz FSB

  • 650MHz Low Voltage Mobile Celeron: 0.13 micron Tualatin, 256KB L2, 100MHz FSB

  • 667MHz Low Voltage Mobile Celeron: 0.13 micron Tualatin, 256KB L2, 133MHz FSB

  • 600MHz Ultra-low Voltage Mobile Celeron: 0.13 micron Tualatin, 256KB L2, 100MHz FSB

April 2002

  • 1GHz Pentium III-M - 0.13 micron Tualatin, 256KB L2

May 2002

  • 1.7GHz Mobile Pentium 4 - 0.13 micron Northwood, 512KB L2

Q2 2002

  • 1.33GHz Pentium III-M - 0.13 micron Tualatin, 256KB L2, 133MHz FSB

  • 933MHz Low Voltage Pentium III-M: 0.13 micron Tualatin, 512KB L2, 133MHz FSB

  • 800MHz Ultra-low Voltage Pentium III-M: 0.13 micron Tualatin, 512KB L2, 100MHz FSB

  • 733MHz Low Voltage Mobile Celeron: 0.13 micron Tualatin, 256KB L2, 133MHz FSB

  • 650MHz Ultra-low Voltage Mobile Celeron: 0.13 micron Tualatin, 256KB L2, 100MHz FSB

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