According to CNET, Intel is still scheduled to roll out the “Montevina” Centrino 2 mobile platform in about three weeks (July 14, 2008), although some parts are going to be delayed and/or released shortly thereafter.
The integrated graphics chipset (“GM”) which would be used by many of the 11.1 – 13.3-inch ultraportables will not be available until early August, with WiMax components being released later on.
The regular 45nm CPUs should be available then (and some are available now), with updated features included a 1066MHz Front Side Bus (FSB).
As far as the Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) CPUs, all we know is that they will be released “later this year”.
It’ll be interesting to see if this matches the release of the Lenovo ThinkPad X200 which is scheduled for July 14, 2008 as well.