Intel processor releases seem to take forever. First come the rumors, then the roadmaps, then the specs leaked to the press, and finally a demonstration. Eventually, after nobody is excited about the chip anymore, it goes into actual shipping machines. Intel just put out a press release that says they will be showing off its Tualatin 0.13 micron mobile processor at the TechX NY trade show next week. The new Pentium III processor-M should run at speeds of 1 GHz and beyond. The processor will be "officially" released in Q3 of this year, but OEMs are already shoehorning them into notebook computers. Read more about the topic at The Register .