After the July launches, HKEPC says the next chips on deck for Intel's desktop lineup are a Core 2 Duo E4200 and a Celeron D 360. Due to show up some time next quarter, the E4200 will reportedly be a trimmed-down cousin of the Core 2 Duo E6xxx series. It will apparently feature a slower 800 MHz front-side bus, and will be clocked at 1.6 GHz with 2 MB of cache. There's no word on price, but something under the low-end Core 2 Duo E6300's rumored $183 price tag would make sense.
As for the Celeron D 360, it's due to launch on September 1 with a 3.46 GHz clock speed, 512 KB of cache, and a 533 MHz FSB. HKEPC says the chip will be the last of Intel's Netburst-based Celerons, too—a new single-core "Conroe-L" will appear in Intel's budget lineup come the second quarter of next year, if a previous report by DailyTech is to be believed.