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Versatility of Size Mobile Processors for a Variety of Notebooks
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True Mobility
Available in low and ultra low voltage and varying form factors, the Pentium III Processor � M can be tailored to your specific needs. Find out more.
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Micro FCPGA PackagingWhen it comes to mobile processing, there's a balance between performance and voltage. The Mobile Intel� Pentium� 4 Processor � M provides outstanding performance for use in full-size and thin-and-light systems. Where as the low voltage and small packaging of the Mobile Intel� Pentium� III Processor � M makes it ideal for mini notebooks and tablets, which typically are used for less compute-intensive applications.

Thinner, Lighter Packaging
Micro FCBGA PackagingMany of today's ultra light, super thin mini- and sub-notebooks are powered by the Intel Pentium III Processor � M. Available in two packaging configurations - Micro FCPGA (Flip Chip Pin Grid Array) and Micro FCBGA (Flip Chip Ball Grid Array) - this versatile processor fits in even the smallest sub-notebooks and tablet PCs.

The Mobile Intel Pentium 4 Processor � M uses the Micro FCPGA packaging technology to consume minimal space, yet provides high performance in a full or thin-and-light notebook.

Both processors make it possible for mobile devices to be smaller, easier to use and more capable of handling compute-intensive applications.

Do More, Carry Less
Because the Pentium Processor � M family uses less power in both the performance and battery optimized modes, they're cooler and can be used in smaller mobile PCs and devices.

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Mobile Intel Pentium 4 Processor � M
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