Being released in July and September respectively are Core i7-680UM and i5-560UM parts which help push down the price of mid range CPUs. The i7-660LM low-voltage CPU is also expected to be released in September.
On the low-entry side, new Celeron P4600 and Pentium T3500 are coming in September. A new dual-core Atom N550 sporting a 1.5GHz frequency will be out sometime in the 3rd quarter.
Digitimes also reports that Intel’s next mobile platform, Huron River, will be launched in January 2011 consisting of the 32nm Sandy Bridge and the Cougar Point chipset.
Looking at these releases, it follows closely to the Intel roadmap leaked to media back in May 2010.
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