As of yesterday, July 17, Intel has expanded its mobile processor offer so as to include a new ultra-low voltage Celeron M model, the 32nm-built Celeron 787. This isn't much of an update but no worries, Intel has some more powerful 32nm mobile CPUs in the pipeline, including four Core i7 chips.

The currently-available Celeron 787 has just one x86 core clocked at 1.30 GHz, one thread, 1MB of L3 cache, a 17W TDP and a price tag of $107.
The upcoming Core i7 quartet, which is expected to debut in Q4, includes three quad-core models, the i7-2960XM Extreme Edition, i7-2860QM and i7-2760QM, and a dual-core chip, the i7-2640M.
The Core i7-2640M boasts four threads, a core clock of 2.8 GHz (up to 3.5 GHz via Turbo), 4MB of L3 cache, and a TDP of 35W. The i7-2760QM and i7-2860QM feature eight threads, a TDP of 45W, and 6MB and 8MB of L3 cache, respectively. The i7-2760QM has its cores set to 2.4 GHz (3.5 GHz Turbo), while the i7-2860QM tops 2.5 GHz (3.6 GHz Turbo).
As for the Core i7-2960XM, it comes with 8 threads, a core clock of 2.7 GHz (3.7 GHz Turbo), 8MB of L3 cache, and a 55W TDP. All four Core i7 CPUs include am Intel HD 3000 graphics core clocked at 650 MHz (1300 MHz Turbo). Prices are likely to leak closer to the chips' release.