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As expected, Intel Corporation today published updated price list with lowered prices of desktop Intel Celeron processors. The updates are pretty moderate since the prices were decreased by just 6-14%.

Intel Celeron Current Official Pricing

CPU Model

Old Price

Reduction

New Price

Celeron 2.60GHz

$103

14%

$89

Celeron 2.60GHz

$89

7%

$83

Celeron 2.40GHz

$84

6%

$79

Celeron 2.30GHz

$79

-

$79

Celeron 2.20GHz

$74

7%

$69

Celeron 2.10GHz

$74

7%

$69

Intel Corporation is expected to release its 2.70GHz Celeron processor shortly at $103. As always, every price drop or every new model in the Celeron family of CPUs hits AMD's Athlon XP processors, as the Sunnyvale, California-based chipmaker does not currently have lower-end CPU lineup and its AMD Athlon XP devices have to compete both against Pentium 4 in terms of speed as well as against Celeron in terms of pricing. As a consequence, AMD has to constantly lower prices of its chips.

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