The Intel Celeron SU2300 is a CULV processor for small and light laptops. It is the slowest dual core CPU based on the Penryn core and offers not all power saving features of the architecture. Furthermore, the Trusted Execution Technology feature are not available.
Due to the low clock rate, the performance of the SU 2300 Celeron is limited, but still noticeable better than Atom netbooks.
The Intel Celeron Dual-Core T3500 is a entry-level dual core laptop processor. It is based on the Penryn Core but features less power saving features as the Pentium or Core 2 Duo CPUs. Technically the Celeron T3500 is a stripped down Pentium T4300 and therefore the performance should be on the same level.
Still the Celeron T3500 may no support Enhanced Speedstep (and other techniques), therefore the average power consumption should be higher leading to a lower battery runtime.
The performance of the entry level dual-core CPU should be sufficient for office, Internet normal image processing. Demanding tasks like intensive 3D gaming, HD video cutting, or rendering will be limited by the performance of the Celeron T3500.
Average Benchmarks Intel Celeron Dual-Core SU2300 → 100%n=7
Average Benchmarks Intel Celeron Dual-Core T3500 → 153%n=7
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