From CES 2010: Intel’s New 2010 Core Processors

January 9th, 2010 |
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Intel’s 32 nanometer technology is here in the Core family of microprocessors which hit the market in 2010. Incorporating innovations like a high-k metal gate, Hyper-Threading, Turbo Boost, as well as integrating Intel HD Graphics on the processor, the new Core family of chips can play HD video, multitask and handle video gaming without missing a beat. In this video, check out the chip and the buzz at CES 2010 around the new Core processors.

Check out the CES Keynote with Intel President and CEO Paul Otellini on Facebook.

Also see the full video of the Intel CES 2010 press conference here on

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