Focus Taiwan reports Intel confirmed that Ivy Bridge based Core i3 processors will be released on June 24. Intel decided to make the launch date public as rumors were flying around that the launch was delayed to August.
The company also reiterated its earlier announcement made a year ago at Computex 2011 that it planned to shift 40 percent of the consumer notebook market to Ultrabooks by the end of 2012, saying that this goal has not changed.
The clarification came a day after local media reports said that the shipping date of the faster Intel Core i5 and i7 processors had been delayed from May to June 3, while the entry-level Core i3 processors are scheduled for delivery in August.
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Re: Intel Ivy Bridge Core i3 CPUs to ship on June 24 by Anonymous on Friday, June 15 2012 @ 22:18:33 CEST
How is it that Intel shifts the notebook market...I thought consumers and producers of notebooks did that. Intel is just a stupid MBA infested fascist shithole.