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Intel Corp. plans to introduce a series of microprocessors with power consumption reduced to 35W. The new chips will challenge Advanced Micro Devices’ Energy Efficient lineup of chips.

According to DigiTimes web-site, Intel is planning to launch five 35W desktop Core 2 Duo processors on December 28: the T9800, Q9000, P9600, T9550 and T8700, with prices set at $530, $348, $348, $316 and $241 in thousand-unit tray quantities, respectively.

Precise specs are published by Tech-it-On web-site.

Tags: Intel, Core

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The naming suggests they are laptop processors.
Also, the E5200/E7200 processors have load power consumption of about 20W. So power consumption isn't reduced to to 35W, TDP is.
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