Additionally, Yonah is also slated to be the central processor for the next generation of Intel based Apple machines, which should be appearing in 2006.
The X-series Yonah processors will be part of Intel's Napa dual-core notebook platform, which is also expected to hit the market in the first quarter of next year, and will represent Intel's transition from 90nm technology to 65nm. In addition, the Napa notebook architecture will be the basis for Intel's digital home products.
In related news, the chip giant is scheduled to cut the prices of its 700-series Pentium M processors on July 24.
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