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    By Vangie Beal :  May 30, 2002

    (Press Release) PowerLeap has recently announced the release of the PL-P4 upgrade solution for existing socket 423 Pentium 4 systems to use Intel's latest 1.8GHz Celeron as well as other socket 478 CPUs (currently up to 2.4GHz). PowerLeap believes this product to be timely as the supply of 423-pin Pentium 4 CPUs continues to dwindle and important since there are many manufacturers and distributors with socket 423 motherboards still in inventory. PowerLeap is expected to begin shipping the PL-P4 adapter on June 17 following its official introduction at the Computex show in Taipei, Taiwan (June 3-7). The retail price will be around $35 (US). Optional bundling of the adapter with the Celeron 1.8GHz and Pentium 4 2.0GHz are likely.


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