The Intel Core i3 2367M is a ULV processor that is meant to be used in ultra portables and ultrabook notebooks. It runs at 1.4GHz clock speed and does not supports Intel’s Turbo boost technology (which is exclusive to Core i5 / i7). The processor is based on sandy bridge design and has 17 watts TDP like other new ULV processors (Core i5 2537m, i7 2637m and so on)
The 2367m is a lot like the Core i3 2357m except for the fact that the latter runs 100MHz slower. Our friends at pcwatch were able to spend some time with the core i3 version of Acer S3 (not the Acer S3 Core i7 version that we mentioned) and they got some interesting results.
In the Core i3 2357m review, we got 4168 score, but their model (with 2367m) was able to get 3895. This is interesting since the former runs 100MHz slower. The Intel Core i5 2537m that we reviewed sometime back got 2x score, which is even higher than the some full voltage processors like Core i7 2620M.
Read the full Intel Core i7 2620M review to find out more about it. Anyway, the Core i3 2367M processor is very efficient and the reviewer was able to get 5 hours of battery life with it. Read the full Japanese review of Acer S3 Core i3 version at this source. [via pcwatch] (Japanese).