FUD Zilla reports Intel's Arrandale processor will also target the Ultra Low Voltage (ULV) market, this means the processor should have SKUs with a TDP of about 10W. Arrandale is a 32nm chip with an integrated 45nm graphics module.
The current Intel Core 2 Duo SU9x00 generation is based on Penryn-3M dual-cores and is made in 45nm. It has FSB 200 3MB shared cache and is available all the way up to 1.6GHz speed.
Arrandale should bring some new SKUs, but we are not sure if they will manage to get over the 1.6GHz clock, as low TDP is very important in this market.