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|26th March 2006, 17:56||#1|
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Intel ponders about new PC Brand - Bye Bye Pentium?
First came Centrino for laptops with wireless networking. Next was Viiv for home entertainment computers. Now Intel is considering a third major brand for business PCs.
"We're looking at whether we should do something in that arena," Anand Chandrasekher said in an interview Thursday with CNET News.com reporters at Intel headquarters here.
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