For ultrathin laptops, where low power consumption and heat output is critical, Intel listed the 2.26GHz Core i7 660LM at $347, the 1.46GHz i7 680UM at $317, and the 1.33GHz i5 560UM for $250. These chips cover a TDP range between 18W and 25W. Finally, at the lower end of the spectrum are two new mobile Celeron processors: the P4600 and T3500, priced at $86 and $80 respectively, which should offer just enough performance for everyday non-CPU intensive tasks.
In addition to launching new parts, Intel also dropped price of the Celeron T3300 processor from $86 to $80. Prices for older Core i7 and Core i5 parts, as well as other Celeron models haven't changed though.