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Intel Offers Cheaper Pentium M 715 & 725

Intel added the Pentium M 715 and the Pentium M 725, which run at 1.5GHz and 1.6GHz, respectively, to its recently introduced Pentium M 700 series of notebook chips. The 715 and 725 follow the launch last month of Intel’s Pentium M 735, 745 and 755, which run at speeds of 1.7GHz to 2GHz. The 700 series Pentium Ms are made with new underpinnings: a 90nm Dothan and will also be offered as part of Intel’s Centrino chip bundle for wireless notebooks. The 715 and 725 list for $ 209 and $ 241, respectively. Intel offer prices new chips the same as existing ones in order to encourage PC makers to quickly make the changeover.

Intel added the Pentium M 715 and the Pentium M 725, which run at 1.5GHz and 1.6GHz, respectively, to its recently introduced Pentium M 700 series of notebook chips. The 715 and 725 follow the launch last month of Intel’s Pentium M 735, 745 and 755, which run at speeds of 1.7GHz to 2GHz. The 700 series Pentium Ms are made with new underpinnings: a 90nm Dothan and will also be offered as part of Intel’s Centrino chip bundle for wireless notebooks. The 715 and 725 list for $ 209 and $ 241, respectively. Intel offer prices new chips the same as existing ones in order to encourage PC makers to quickly make the changeover.

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