New Low-Power Intel Chips Released

Intel has updated their popular 2010 Core series of processors by adding low power models designed for thin notebooks. The Core i3, i5, and i7 will use Intel’s latest manufacturing processes to boost performance.

Intel has also updated their Celeron and Pentium chip lines, making them faster and smaller. These chips are going to be used by such computer makers as Acer, Asus and Lenovo. The Vice President for Intel says that some makers may also use the chips in tablet computers, but for now they will just stick to the ultra-thin notebook market.

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Robert Schaeffer is a co-founder and senior editor at Technigrated, where he covers the technology industry as a whole. He started with the network in 2008 as the Director of Design and a co-host of the weekly radio show, Tech Talk Live.

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