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Thursday, 24 June 2010 08:28

Intel introduces new mobile parts

Written by Fudzilla staff


Quads galore
Intel has launched several new mobile processors ranging from the $1,054 Core i7-940XM to the ultra low voltage Core i7 540UM priced at $241.

The flagship 940XM accompanied by the i7-840QM and i7-740QM, priced at $546 and $364 respectively. Intel will also introduce several new Core i7 and Core i5 processors in Q3.

Interestingly, Intel has launched a couple of new low voltage parts despite the fact that we haven’t seen the already announced models in any notebooks yet. The Core i7 660UM should offer a bit more performance for thin and light notebooks, while the $241 Core i5 sounds like a sensible choice for average consumers.

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