adeelarshad82 writes: Intel has announced a series of ultra-low-voltage processors aimed at "ultrathin" laptops. The company also suggested it would be following up with more processors aimed at tablets at next month's Computex show. The announcement focused on six processors aimed at the "consumer ultra low voltage" market, ranging from the Core i7 family down through versions called Core i5 (2 models), Core i3, Pentium, and Celeron. Intel said these new chips are dual-core manufactured at 32nm, and based on the Nehalem architecture, which I assume actually means the Westmere shrink of the chip. Intel will also be introducing the Core i3, i5, i7 technology in CULV processors to give the lineup a boost.