Intel has released 16 new 32nm processors, including Core, Pentium and Celeron branded chips.
As seen in the tablet below, Intel released eleven desktop chips, the 'highest-end' being the 3.0 GHz Core i5-2320, and five mobile CPUs, including the new flagship that is the 2.7 GHz Core i72960XM. Prices go from $1,096 down to $47 so there's something for everyone. Everyone not waiting for AMD's FX-Series line, of course.
The Core i3-2125 is interesting as it is clocked similar to the i3-2120 at 3.30 GHz, but it might be tweaked in other parameters (such as GPU clock speed, feature-set, etc). Core i3-2120T is a new low-power desktop chip, that's clocked at 2.60 GHz, and nearly half the rated TDP, at 35W.
There's also a trio of Pentium-branded dual-core chips, including the G630T, G860, and G630, clocked at 2.30 GHz, 3.00 GHz, and 2.70 GHz, displacing the G620T, G850, and G620, respectively. Anyway, have a peek at the list.