Some may mistakenly believe that Intel's Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge architectures only spawn Core series central processing units, but that is incorrect. Pentium and Celeron units have been and are being designed on those technologies as well.
In fact, four mobile Celeron Ivy Bridge CPUs
will be released at some point during the first three months of 2013.
The strongest of the four is called Celeron 1020M. A 35W dual-core CPU, it runs at 2.1 GHz, has 2 MB cache memory, DDR3-1600 memory support and a GPU of 650/1000 MHz.
The Celeron 1000M is the other 35W chip, also a dual-core. It is different from the one above only in terms of clock speed: 1.8 GHz.
The other two CPUs are low-voltage chips with 17W TDPs, 2 MB cache and integrated graphics processors of 350/1000 MHz, plus DDR3-1333 memory controllers.
Celeron 1007U will run at 1.5 GHz, while the 1037U will operate at 1.8 GHz.