2003-03-12 Intel Pentium-M Notebook chip formerly known as Banias optimised for power efficiency. Debuts at 1.3, 1.4, 1.5 and 1.6 GHz with 1 MB of cache priced from $209 to $672 depending on wireless kit and speed. Will contain 77 million transistors. A 1.7 GHz chip will consume 24.5W@1.47V in performance mode and 4.5W@0.96V in 600 MHz battery mode. A 1.1 GHz Low Voltage version and a 900 MHz Ultra Low Voltage version will also be available. Sold under the Centrino brand. Now succeeded by the 90 nm Dothan.