Intel retired the Pentium and Celeron brands

Intel announced a few hours ago that it will retire the Pentium and Celeron brands, and the Intel Processor name will be used for these processors from now on. Currently, important Intel processors are coming to the market under the brands Core, Evo and vPro. Intel processors are also used in very cheap and weak computers. Intel says that with this brand change, users can recognize the company's low-cost processors more easily than before.

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Intel announced a few hours ago that it will retire the Pentium and Celeron brands, and the Intel Processor name will be used for these processors from now on. Currently, important Intel processors are coming to the market under the brands Core, Evo and vPro. Intel processors are also used in very cheap and weak computers. Intel says that with this brand change, users can recognize the company's low-cost processors more easily than before.

We should note that the history of using Intel Pentium processors goes back to about 30 years ago. In 1993, Intel unveiled the flagship Pentium processors, which eventually made their way to laptops. In 2006, with the introduction of the Core brand, Intel decided to use the Pentium brand for its mid-range processors.

About 5 years after the Pentium, the inexpensive Celeron processors arrived. Celeron processors have usually always been weaker and much cheaper than Pentium models, and therefore very cheap laptops use it. The first Celeron processor was based on the Pentium 2, and the latest Celeron models are also used in very weak laptops and Chromebooks.

Given that now the Pentium and Celeron processors will be released under the same brand, it is not clear that Intel What approach will it take to differentiate between its mid-range and low-end processors? Intel says that this change of brands does not affect the company's product offering and roadmap, and the same predetermined approach will continue. It should be noted that in the coming days, Intel will unveil its 13th generation flagship processors, which according to published reports, have been significantly improved compared to the previous generation.

  • Intel mistakenly disclosed the specifications of the 13th generation processors. Gave

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