Intel launched the Centrino mobile platform 10 years ago today, an event that marked a turning point in the development of PC laptops.
To mark the occasion, V3 has taken a look back at the importance of Centrino a decade after its launch.
We have also dug out from the archives some of our original coverage of the launch, such as our review of Toshiba's Tecra S1, one of the first Centrino-based to come to market, as well as comment from industry figues of the time.
Click on any of the links below to read on.
Intel's platform helped to drive wireless standardisation and thus greater laptop use among businesses and consumers alike.
Our original review of the Toshiba Tecra S1 laptop, one of the first products based on the Centrino platform.
Intel and its vendor partners explain the advantages of Centrino in this contemporary report we published just after the original launch.
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