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Intel takes axe to P4, Celeron prices

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Intel yesterday cut not only its desktop Pentium 4 prices yesterday, but trimmed what it charges for the mobile version.

Desktop prices fell by up to 35 per cent as anticipated. Mobile Pentium 4 prices were reduced by similar amounts.

The chip giant also tweaked mid-range Celeron prices - and those of top-of-the-line Mobile Celerons, too - but by a lower margin: no more than 16 per cent.

Intel Pentium 4
Processor Prev. Price New Price Change
3.2GHz, 800MHz FSB $637 $417 -35%
3GHz, 800MHz FSB $417 $278 -33%
3.06GHz, 533MHz FSB $401 $262 -35%
2.8GHz, 800MHz FSB $278 $218 -22%
2.8GHz, 533MHz FSB $262 $193 -26%
2.6GHz, 800MHz FSB $218 $178 -18%
2.66GHz, 533MHz FSB $193 $163 -16%
2.53GHz, 533MHz FSB $193 $163 -16%
Intel Mobile Pentium 4
Processor Prev. Price New Price Change
3.2GHz, HyperThreading $653 $433 -34%
3.06GHz, HT $433 $294 -32%
3.06GHz $417 $278 -33%
2.8GHz, HT $294 $234 -20%
2.8GHz $278 $218 -22%
2.66GHz, HT $234 $202 -14%
2.66GHz $281 $186 -15%
Intel Celeron
Processor Prev. Price New Price Change
2.5GHz $83 $79 -5%
2.4GHz $79 $69 -13%
2.3GHz $79 $69 -13%
Intel Mobile Celeron
Processor Prev. Price New Price Change
2.4GHz $149 $134 -10%
2.2GHz $134 $112 -16%
2GHz $112 $96 -14%

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