Intel Corporation unveiled 16 processors today at the CES 2008, including the company's first 45 nanometer (nm) processors for Intel Centrino Processor Technology based laptops.
All of these new chips include the company's new transistor formula and 45nm manufacturing process that boost a PC's speed, reduces power requirements, saves on battery life, helps the environment and comes in smaller packages for more fashionable and compact computer designs.
Among the 16 new products, 12 are designed for new laptops and desktops products and four are for servers. All new CPUs are now lead-free and, starting this year, halogen-free, making the processors more eco-friendly.
The processors are the foundation for the company's popular Intel Centrino technology for laptops, and deliver improved content and video capabilities with HD DVD and Blu-Ray support with an optional third-party decoder. Centrino-based notebooks also come with the Mobile Intel 965 Express Chipset and wireless networking including the optional support for 802.11n networks with Intel Next-Gen Wireless-N.
Intel has also added new video and graphics capabilities with Intel HD Boost that includes Intel Streaming SIMD Extensions 4 (SSE4) for speeding up workloads including video encoding for high-definition and photo manipulation.
Via this Intel press-release.
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