The Intel Celeron M Processor 440 was a mobile processor designed for laptops and portable computing devices. Launched as part of Intel's Celeron series, it featured a single processing core with a clock speed of 1.86 GHz. This processor was built on a 65nm manufacturing process, which helped in conserving power and improving thermal efficiency.
Although it was a budget-oriented processor, the Celeron M 440 provided adequate performance for basic computing tasks, such as web browsing, office applications, and multimedia playback. It included Intel's SpeedStep technology, which dynamically adjusted the processor's performance and power consumption based on the workload, further enhancing power efficiency.
While not suitable for demanding tasks, the Intel Celeron M Processor 440 served well in entry-level laptops and netbooks, providing a balance of performance and power efficiency during its active years.