Saw this over @ The Inquirer. Intel has pulled in the launch of mobile processors using the Pentium 4 .13 micron core to April, we can reveal today. While it will launch the product at speeds of 1.70GHz, with clock rates rising to 2GHz for notebook based Pentium 4s by the end of this year, shortly after introduction it will release a 1.80GHz Pentium 4-M.
Roadmaps seen by the INQUIRER show that the 1.80GHz Pentium 4-M will be the top performer in this category throughout the second and third quarters of this year, but in calender quarter four, Intel will release a 2GHz mobile chip.
At launch, now in April, Intel will also introduce Pentium 4-Ms at speeds of 1.70GHz, 1.60GHz, 1.50GHz and 1.40GHz, with these CPUs aiming at the professional, mainstream and performance sectors of the notebook market.
News source: The Inquirer