Intel's new Core i7-3632QM processor is the latest addition to the chip maker's i7 quad-core mobile lineup targeted towards midrange laptops. Released without much fanfare, the CPU isn't included in the company's official price list, although it is marked as a launched part on its website. The 2.2 GHz quad-core CPU has a rating of 35 watts, and can be throttled to 3.2 GHz as needed, making it a likely sensible choice for users seeking a fine balance between energy savings and performance. In addition, the chip's relatively low TDP makes it a suitable candidate for a better-than-average-performing ultrabook. CPU packaging for the Core i7-3632QM will come in either rPGA or BGA variants, and is estimated at a price point of $378.