Question about Intel Dot Station (INTC300AIO) PC Desktop
The word "Centrino" is a label used by the company Intel to describe specific configurations of wireless networking hardware, motherboard components and processors in some computers. It should not have any kind of negative meaning, and may generally be viewed as a marketing tool or a description of a model line.
When computer manufacturers only use a portion of the Intel-approved Centrino-qualified components in their computers, those computer models may carry a different label such as Celeron, Pentium M or Intel Core 2 Duo.
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