Intel is ending its Gemini Lake budget CPUs (but you probably won’t miss them)

Intel’s Gemini Lake processors are officially being retired, with the chipmaker giving deadlines for final orders and shipments for manufacturers.

If you’re not familiar with the Gemini Lake family, these are budget CPUs of the low-powered variety which are often found in the likes of wallet-friendly laptops, which were first introduced in December 2017. They consist of Pentium and lower-end Celeron models, with quad-core variants of both, and dual-core in the case of the Celerons.

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