Reviews In For First 32nm Westmere Chips From Intel

The 17 new processors that are already shipping to Intel's OEM and channel partners mark the beginning of the Santa Clara, Calif.-based company's transition to its 32nm process technology from 45nm -- or, in the Intel codename parlance, Penryn has now handed off the Moore's Law baton to Westmere.

Intel CEO Paul Otellini is scheduled to deliver a keynote at CES, where he is expected to further detail the company's plans for its newest Core i7, Core i5 and Core i3 microprocessors.

Here's a breakdown of specs and prices for the new Clarkdale desktop processors:

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And here are the details you need to know about the new Arrandale chips for laptops: