Designed for both businesses and consumers, the chipsets will support improved graphics and video and enhanced data storage capabilities, said Intel.
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The chipsets will be used with the company’s upcoming Intel 45 nanometer “Penryn family” processors, expected later this year.
More than 100 motherboard designs will be offered around the Intel 3 Series.
Intel also plans to launch a new Intel Core 2 Extreme mobile processor in the third quarter of this year.
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