The Intel Celeron N4000 is a lower-end processor you can find in affordable laptop PCs. As a basic CPU, it has only two cores with a single computing thread per core. On the positive side, the Celeron N4000 has a decently high maximum clock speed of 2.6 GHz, an unusually large 4 MB cache for the budget processor category (as opposed to more common 1 MB or 2 MB), and a power-efficient design with a power consumption of 6 Watts. Furthermore, thanks to its good thermal characteristics the N4000 enables fully fan-less and totally quiet designs of notebooks with it.
Intel Celeron N4000 Benchmark
The Intel Celeron N4000 benchmark results indicate the chip is among slower notebook CPUs. Nevertheless, it is a decent solution for non-demanding day-to-day tasks. It’s suitable for light web browsing with a couple of browser tabs opened simultaneously, work in Microsoft Office programs, movie watching, or web conferencing. For heavier duties like video editing, notebooks with mid-range and high-end CPUs like the Intel Core i-series are recommended. But, these aren’t as cheap as the Celeron N4000-equipped laptops and they must use cooling fans.
The Intel UHD 600 graphics which is embedded in the N4000 is a very basic graphics processor. So, laptops with the Celeron N4000 / UHD 600 can run only the most basic PC games.