Intel Pentium E2200 to be replaced by E2210
The Pentium Dual Core E2200 will be discontinued and replaced by the already announced E2210.
Intel's Product Change Notification indicates that the Pentium Dual Core E2200 with its Allendale core will be discontinued soon. The processor is produced in 65 nanometer structure and will be replaced by the Pentium dual Core E2210, which had already been announced but isn't available yet. Core frequency (2.2 GHz), L2 cache (1 MiByte), TDP (65 W), 64 bit support and the number of cores don't differ. The only difference is that the E2210 is based on the 45 nanometer Wolfdale core.
Currently the old Pentium Dual Core E2200 is sold for about 55 Euros but it is not clear when it will finally be replaced. The successor E2210 has not been listed yet, although it had been introduced in Q2 2009 already.
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