The long road to thin and light computing

By John Gillooly on May 3, 2012 10:25 AM
Filed under PCs & Servers

How Intel arrived at the ultrabook.

Intel has a long history of focusing down on trademarked product names. It is a tradition that harks back to the 486, when it became clear that Intel couldn’t trademark a number, and 586 became Pentium. This has led to some of the most well-known brands in computing such as Centrino and ...
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