Yonah roadmap reveals clock speeds, prices
The latest Intel mobile roadmap is making the rounds over at X86-secret (in French, bring a translator). Although rumors have circulated that Intel's upcoming "Yonah" dual-core mobile processor would launch before the end of the year, the roadmap indicates that the chip won't be available until the first quarter of 2006. According to the roadmap, chips will debut at 1.66, 1.83, 2.0, and 2.16GHz for $241, $294, $423, and $637, respectively. A couple of low-voltage chips clocked at 1.5 and 1.66GHz will also be available at launch, with faster standard and low-voltage chips slated for later in the year.
Sadly, the first batch of Yonah-based processors won't support Intel's 64-bit EM64T extensions. Intel will reportedly add 64-bit support when the market "requires" it, but it's unclear what might constitute a requirement.