Intel issues a press-release today announcing the introduction of its upcoming Intel Coreprocessor family for laptop and desktops at the CES 2010.
During a press-conference in the morning of January 7th, Intel will unveil the new Core CPUs.
Intel is also featuring all-new Core notebooks, netbooks, MIDs, embedded Intel Architecture, Health Reader, WiMAX, Intel Centrino and more at the upcoming CES 2010.
Intel will have its CES keynote on the afternoon of the CES opening day.
Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini will talk about predictions he made in his 2008 CES keynote, such as more powerful and personal computing devices, anytime/anywhere Internet connectivity, new user interfaces and richer, more immersive content. He’ll also demonstrate how these trends are leading to amazing advances in high-def and 3-D content, smarter phones and TVs and other connected devices and machines that you normally don’t associate with computers.
Intel will also highlight the capabilities of its 32nm manufacturing process. You can watch an Intel video about the 32nm technology below.
CES 2010 is approaching fast and our CES 2010 coverage is ramping up as the first announcements are flowing in.
CES 2010 will start on January 7, 2010 and lasts until the 10th. Of course CES news is already pouring in. Read about it in our CES 2010 section.
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