Anandtech rolled out their review of the quad core Core i7 2820M (2.3GHz). It's still a 45W TDP processor but it manages incredible battery life. You can expect some 14" quad core machines that aren't going to go nuclear or be tethered to an outlet. Arrandale level battery life from a quad core processor. The Intel HD 3000 graphics are an impressive increase over the previous generation and can hold their own against the GeForce 320M. Dual core Sandy Bridge is going to have the game 12 execution unit IGP onboard as well. What also stands out is you're effectively getting a mobile Core i7 920 processor when it comes to CPU performance. There are also price and clock speed lists for the entire LV and ULV lineup. The nomenclature is even more annoying though for non-standard voltage processors.