Intel’s retiring the Pentium: a chip brand so famous Weird Al once wrote a song about it

Intel has declared a new processor basically named the “Intel Processor,” which is meant to change the Pentium and Celeron lines of entry-degree CPUs, which the chipmaker programs to retire in 2023. 

Intel states it will “retire the Intel Pentium and Intel Celeron branding starting in Q1 2023,” and that the decision is meant to “sharpen its emphasis on its flagship makes” these types of as Intel Main, EVO, and vPro. The Intel Processor will debut inside its impending “Necessary” line of PCs, which are entry-degree units. 

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