The folks over at CPU-World and ShopBLT spotted and priced a number of upcoming budget and mid-range "Haswell" processors that will be arriving on the market shortly and bear Pentium, Core i3 and Core i5 branding.
Starting off with the entry-level Pentiums, the G3220, G3420 and G3430 are dual-core processors with a 54 W TDP, 3 MB L3 Cache, and clock rates of 3 GHz, 3.2 GHz and 3.3 GHz, respectively. Unsurprisingly, the three processors do not feature support for Hyper-Threading or Turbo Boost, but do include an integrated graphics processor (IGP) clocked at 1100 MHz.
The Pentium G3220 has been priced at $70, the G3420 at $90 and the G3430 at $100.
Moving on, the three new dual-core Core i3 CPUs feature the same 54 W TDP and lack of Turbo Boost as the Pentiums, but include an Intel HD Graphics 4400 IGP clocked at 1150 MHz and support for Hyper-Threading.
The Core i3-4130 features a 3.4 GHz clock rate, 3 MB cache and is priced at $137. The Core i3-4330 and i3-4340 both feature a 4 MB L3 cache, clock rates of 3.5 GHz and 3.6 GHz and prices of $154 and $165, respectively.
The Core i5-4440, a quad-core processor which offers a 3.1 GHz clock rate that is Turbo Boosted to 3.3 GHz, 6 MB L3 Cache, Intel HD 4600 Graphics clocked at 1100 MHz, and a TDP of 84 W. It seems to be a recurring feature of this post that the CPU does not offer support for Hyper-Threading and is priced at $197.
Further information is available at the source linked above. It's worth mentioning that many of the aforementioned processors are available for pre-order at ShopBLT should you feel like doing some "sight unseen" shopping this week.
Integrated graphics are a nice addition for someone building a computer piece by piece. This way they can use the integrated graphics to get by while their save up for an expensive GPU.
I think you mean Hyper TRANSPORT, completely different than Hyper Threading. One is a bus system the other is a method of doubling the logical cores in a system.
At such high prices, if you're planning to buy into i3-3xxx, might as well step up to i5-4xxx.