Intel Shows Off ‘Sandy Bridge’ Processors

Intel ushered in this week’s Intel Developer Forum with a tantalizing display of the capabilities it expects to unleash with its new Sandy Bridge processor technology.

With a design that merges integrated graphics onto the CPU, Sandy Bridge is poised to begin appearing in desktops and notebooks by early next year. And if Intel executives — who detailed the new Core processor family and its new features — are accurate, the upcoming technology could spearhead dramatic changes in the expectations users and admins have for their systems. Hardware Central has the story.

SAN FRANCISCO — Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) kicked off its Intel Developer Forum with several demonstrations of its next generation “Sandy Bridge” chips that will help power a new generation of the company’s processor family with integrated graphics built-in.

Officially dubbed 2nd Generation Intel Core Processors, Sandy Bridge chips are expected to start appearing in new PCs and notebook computers by early 2011.

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