All objects with Banias chip

Banias is the codename for the first Pentium M processor. It was introduced in March 2003 and ran next to the Pentium 4-M line. The Pentium 4-M was based on the desktop architecture (Netburst Pentium 4) but equipped with power-saving technologies and lower clockfrequencies whereas the Pentium M had it's own (P6), and more efficient, architecture.

Intel also formed the Intel Mobile Centrino platform with the launch of the Pentium M. A Centrino-laptop consists of a Pentium M, an Intel i855 chipset and an Intel 2100 or 2200 WiFi adapter. An often seen misconception is that people think that their laptop had a Centrino-processor which of course doesn't exist as it's just a name for the platform.

The successor of Banias is the Dothan core.

Vendor
Name
Trans.
vCore
ES?
Date
Socket
sSpec
Intel
77M
1.48V
No
0410
mPGA479M
SL6F8
Intel
77M
1.48V
Yes
0217
mPGA479M
QMI4
Intel
77M
1.48V
Yes
0334
mPGA479M
QVJ0
Intel
77M
1,48V
No
0404
mPGA479M
SL6FA
Intel
77M
1.48V
No
0404
mPGA479M
SL6FA