The Intel Core 2 Duo T9300 was part of the Core 2 Duo processor family, released in 2008. Operating at a clock speed of 2.5 GHz with a 6 MB L2 cache, it offered a significant boost in performance compared to its predecessors. Manufactured using a 45nm process, the T9300 supported Intel's 64-bit architecture, Virtualization Technology, and Enhanced SpeedStep for improved power efficiency. This dual-core processor was commonly found in high-end laptops of its time, delivering enhanced multitasking capabilities and better performance for demanding applications. While now considered outdated, the Intel Core 2 Duo T9300 played a crucial role in the evolution of mobile computing.