Last Sunday Intel released two mobile Celeron processors, and a number of Celeron, Pentium and Core i3 desktop CPUs. All processors were added to the official price list, and later in the week they were also added to Intel's ARK product database. It appears that at about the same time Intel also launched mobile Pentium 2127U microprocessor. Details of this CPU are now available on Intel's website.
Pentium 2127U is an Ivy Bridge processor with 2 cores, clocked at 1.9 GHz. Standard features of all Ivy Bridge mobile Pentiums are 2 MB L3 cache, HD graphics, and support of SIMD instructions up to SSE4. The 2127U SKU is clocked at 1.9 GHz, a bit higher than than 1.8 GHz operating frequency of the 2117U SKU. The maximum GPU frequency was also increased by 100 MHz to 1.1 GHz, however processor's power rating stayed at 17 Watt. The Pentium 2127U is a BGA chip, therefore it cannot be upgraded. The processor is priced at $134.
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