Most of them are speed bumps of existing models, hence you can expect price cuts for the old models as well. The Core i5-2320 leads the way, with four non-hyperthreaded cores clocked at 3.0GHz, or 3.3GHz with Turbo. It is a 95 watt part priced at $177 in 1k units.
The Core i3 range will get three new parts, all with hyperthreading and sans Turbo. The Core i3-2130 is a 3.4GHz part with a 65W TDP and HD2000 graphics, priced at $138. The Core i3-2125 runs at 3.3GHz, but it features HD 3000 graphics and it costs $134. The Core i3-2120T is a 35W, clocked at 2.6GHz and with a price tag of $127.
There’s four new Pentiums to look forward to as well, all dual-cores and as you would expect, without hypethreading and Turbo. The G860 and G630 are clocked at 3.0GHz/2.7GHz respectively. Both are 65W parts and cost $86 and $64. The G630T and G530T are 35W parts clocked at 2.3GHz and 2GHz and they should ship for $70 and $47.