AMD introduced three new mobile Athlon XP-M chips today, taking the line to 2800+ performance and beefing up the chip?s low-voltage product family with 1900+ and 2000+ models. The introductions take AMD?s Athlon XP-M family up to 23 models, comprising chips aimed at desktop replacement notebooks, mainstream portables, and sub-notebooks (the low-voltage chips).
The 0.13 micron chips contain 512KB of on-die L2 cache and support frontside bus speeds of up to 266MHz. The XP-M 2800+ costs $230, while the low-voltage 1900+ and 2000+ cost $123 and $134, respectively. Prices are per processor when sold in batches of 1000 chips. All three processors are available today
News source: The Reg