Fudzilla: "The Larrabee graphics wafer is back, and Gelsinger claims that it is in very good shape. To Pat Gelsinger, Senior VP at Intel also added that Intel plans to have this product in the market in late 2009 or early 2010. Pat was talking about "first discrete graphics products" and the slide, even being so small confirms the claim.
Intel is currently testing and evaluating Larrabee silicon in a lab, and at a the game developers conference last month, Intel showed C++ development library to developers. Naturally Intel claims that everyone is super excited as you can do vector operations much faster, but this is something to be seen."