Intel is retiring two of its famous brands: Pentium and Celeron
With a significant boost for the entry-level range, Intel updates its CPU lineup. The business recently announced the launch of the new Intel Processor. This new product, which will expand the American company’s selection of CPUs, will serve as the standard for entry-level PCs. And, in particular, the most affordable laptops expected to hit the market in the second half of 2023. The Pentium and Celeron names, which up until this year represented the base level options in the Intel CPU range, have been replaced by the new Intel Processor. Here are all the specifics:
The new standard product for the entry-level PC market is the Intel Processor. As a result, the low-end laptops that start shipping in 2023 will be able to use the new Processor to replace the Celeron and Pentium CPUs. Which, at least in terms of the notebook market, won’t get a new generation.
Goodbye Pentium and Celeron: The launch of the new Intel Processor for the entry-level PC market
The processor will occupy a place beneath the Intel Core family. Which will remain the standard for mid-range and high-end products in both the laptop and desktop markets. Even with the introduction of the thirteenth generation. The company’s latest proposition aims to boost the performance of less expensive laptops that require an additional component to provide a more thorough user experience.
According to Intel, the new Intel Processor brand include many product families. And marks a significant development in the company’s strategy to streamline consumers’ purchasing experiences. The present product lineup and the company’s long-term plans are unaffected by the launch of the new Processor.
We should mention that Intel has not yet provided any information about the specs of its new product. Which will launch sometime in 2023, at least not at this time. Therefore, the initial details will arrive during the next weeks. All significant low-end laptops that will be available in the coming year will include the new Intel Processor.
Regarding the launch of the brand-new product, Josh Newman, Vice President & Interim GM Mobile Client Platforms, said: “Whether for work or play, the importance of the PC has only become more apparent as the torrid pace of technological development continues to shape the world. Intel is driving innovation to benefit users, and our entry-level processor families have been crucial for raising the PC standard across all price points. The new Intel Processor branding will simplify our offerings so users can focus on choosing the right processor for their needs”.