Intel retires the Celeron and Pentium processor line

Intel Celeron and Pentium chipsets have been in lower-end price range programs because the 90s. However based on Intel, they will be retiring each processor manufacturers beginning in Q1 of 2023. The corporate is trying to “simplify” the present lineup of processors they produce.

Whereas Celeron and Pentium will now be below the “Intel Processor” model title, Intel’s Core, Evo, and VPro will proceed to reside on and be the primary focus. The “Intel Processor” will ship a model title throughout a number of processor households; it is going to assist simplify the procuring expertise for shoppers. Intel additionally expresses that there can be no change within the firm’s present product choices and roadmap. Nevertheless, there isn’t any phrase on how the present Celeron and Pentium desktop chips can be dealt with.

Josh Newman, Intel vp, and interim common supervisor of Cell Consumer Platforms has this to say:

“Whether or not for work or play, the significance of the PC has solely change into extra obvious because the torrid tempo of technological improvement continues to form the world. Intel is dedicated to driving innovation to profit customers, and our entry-level processor households have been essential for elevating the PC normal throughout all value factors. The brand new Intel Processor branding will simplify our choices so customers can give attention to choosing the proper processor for his or her wants.”

Whereas the brand new model title may make it simpler for shoppers searching for a price range pocket book, it might not have made that a lot of a distinction if you have no worries about specs.

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Final Up to date on September 17, 2022.

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