The Intel Core 2 Duo T7250, part of the Core 2 Duo processor family, was launched in 2007. With a clock speed of 2.0 GHz and a 2 MB L2 cache, it brought dual-core processing to laptops, enhancing overall performance and multitasking capabilities. Manufactured using a 65nm process, the T7250 supported Intel's 64-bit architecture and Virtualization Technology. While considered mid-range at its release, it was well-suited for everyday computing tasks, office applications, and moderate multimedia usage. As technology has advanced, the T7250 is now considered dated, but it played a crucial role in the transition to more powerful and efficient mobile processors.