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Intel Expands 2010 Intel Core Processor Family to Stylish Ultra-Thin Laptops

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Intel Corporation introduced new Intel Core processors today, extending the availability of its award-winning Intel Core processor family to more stylish, ultra-thin laptops. Ultraportable laptops – less than an inch thick and weighing just 2 to 5 pounds – offer the performance, battery life and connectivity consumers need on-the-go.

Based on Intel's 32 nanometer (nm) technology manufacturing, the processors are more than 32 percent smaller1 and deliver more than 32 percent better performance, all in a lightweight, sleek design. These new processors also reduce power consumption3 more than 15 percent, resulting in great battery life.

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Today's cpu isn't that bad really, it's more than enough for most user. If only the Graphic card manufacturer is up to date with smaller, more powerful, less power consume graphic card. But it seem that graphic card is getting hotter, more power hungry than ever. I like to see Intel step in on the graphic card department because it will be a fun match to watch.
 

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Today's cpu isn't that bad really, it's more than enough for most user. If only the Graphic card manufacturer is up to date with smaller, more powerful, less power consume graphic card. But it seem that graphic card is getting hotter, more power hungry than ever. I like to see Intel step in on the graphic card department because it will be a fun match to watch.
its usually the other stuff that eats battery life, northbridges (early atom had a power hungry NB chipset) hard drives, ram, LCD backlighting.

CPU's and video cards have power saving features that cut back their power at idle, its the stuff that doesnt that screws battery life.
 
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Based on Intel's 32 nanometer (nm) technology manufacturing, the processors are more than 32 percent smaller and deliver more than 32 percent better performance, all in a lightweight, sleek design.
Methinks Paul Otellini's favorite number is 32.

In case you didn't know, he's Intel's CEO.