Intel has announced the launch of an all-new 2010 line of Core processors at CES. The new line includes processors with Intel Turbo Boosttech in the mainstream parts. The new CPUs also include the first 32nm processors and the first time Intel has made the chips at mainstream prices.
One of the new processor lines is the Intel Core i5 parts that are about twice as fast as comparable PCs for video, photo editing, and music downloads. The new processors are also built using Intel's new second-generation high-k metal gate transistors.
The new processors are targeting PCs and laptops as well as ATMs, digital displays and more. Intel is introducing over ten new chipsets and a new 802.11n WiFi and WiMax products as well. It's cool to see the best tech Intel has trickle to the mainstream finally.
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