Intel has been on the uproar lately for their performance and midrange processor, so where does the low end processor goes? Don’t you worry; the low end Celeron lineup is getting structure makeover soon, as Intel will release Merom-based Celeron M in first quarter 2007. The 64-Bit Celeron will not inherit the Core 2 Duo name; they will be named as Celeron M 500 family instead. The first two models to be available in Q1 will be Celeron M520 (1.6Ghz) and the Celeron M530 (1.73Ghz). Celeron M520 will be priced at $134; as for M530 pricing has yet to be announced.