A History of PC Innovation (Infographic)
Ever since Morris Tanenbaum launched the Silicon Age with the fabrication of the first silicon transistor at Bell Labs in 1954, the personal computer has undergone a transformative evolution. From the revolutionary Intel 4004 release in 1971 to the game-changing Ultrabook™ and 2 in 1s, Intel has been at the center of PC innovation throughout its 50-year history. Through ongoing collaboration with the ecosystem, Intel will continue to redefine the PC experience.
Intel’s latest PC innovation will be on display at COMPUTEX 2018 as Intel’s Gregory Bryant, senior vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group, delivers the opening keynote and discusses Intel’s strategy to deliver devices to help people focus, create and connect in more meaningful ways.
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