What a difference a decade makes
Intel likes to compare its latest processors with those it shipped a year ago or even four years ago, reflecting the performance improvement typical for users who refresh their PCs roughly every four years. At Insight 64, we like to take a longer view.
It’s been a little over 10 years since Intel introduced Pentium M, its first processor created specifically for mobile applications. If you don’t remember the Pentium M brand, that’s probably because Intel spent hundreds of millions of dollars promoting “Centrino Mobile Technology,” a brand that included the Pentium M processor and an Intel WiFi adapter. If your system had a Centrino logo, you were using a Pentium M CPU.
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