Intel to cut Celeron D processor prices up to 13 percent, AMD to follow

On the heels of introducing support for extended memory 64 technology (Intel EM64T), or 64-bit memory addressability, to its Celeron line with the its Celeron D 351, Intel plans to cut the prices of its desktop-use Celeron D processors 5.4-13.5% on July 24, according to PC makers.

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