Intel confirmed it will introduce 17 new 32nm desktop and notebook processors on January 7th, 2010 at the CES 2010 conference in Las Vegas. Additionally, the launch will also feature three new chipsets and seven wireless modules.
The following slide shows off Intel's Nehalem lineup. The top-of-the-line processors will be marketed as Core i7 processors, mainstream chips will be found in the Core i5 lineup, and the low-end models will be branded as Core i3. The latter one will lack the Turbo Boost technology.