[COLOR=royalblue]According to sources, the delay was mainly caused by problems in heat dissipation and transitioning in manufacturing process, as the Dothan processors, featuring higher speeds, will adopt 90-nanometer (nm) processing instead of the 0.13-micron processing used for Pentium M Banias processors.[/COLOR]
The Register also reports that Intel has scheduled to drop Pentium M prices this October along with price cuts of its desktop Pentium 4 line in preparation for the launch of Prescott in November.
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