Intel’s Entry level PCs can help users collaborate, create, learn and play like never before. Users can enjoy the great experiences they have wanted from their Notebook, Chromebook, Convertible, or Desktop PC, with the security and connectivity options for a protected modern lifestyle.
Helping You Collaborate, Create, Learn, and Play Like Never Before
The newest Intel® Pentium® Silver and Celeron® processors offer amazing video conferencing abilities, faster wireless connectivity, improved overall application and graphics performance, and long battery life. Whether you’re a Windows*, Chrome OS* or Linux* OS user, the Intel Pentium Silver and Celeron processor family delivers unmatched balance of performance, experience, and value for education and entry level computing.
Features and Performance
View, read, watch, stream, listen, and learn. The newest Intel® Celeron® processors offer amazing video conferencing experience, increased bandwidth with Intel® Wi-Fi 6, and school day long battery life for uninterrupted education.
Experience seamless collaboration. Intel® Celeron® processors make distance learning a breeze with Intel® Wi-Fi 6 for video conferencing. Ideal for dense virtual classroom environments thanks to the ability to work in low light conditions, natural language processing, and background noise suppression.
Create, play, and multitask. Students and teachers can enjoy uninterrupted classroom learning, along with fast web and online app browsing, multitasking, and spreadsheet calculations.
Watch, game, or create all while on the go. Intel® Celeron® processors feature Intel® UHD graphics for 4kHDR video playback and gaming in 720p. The Intel® Graphics Command Center allows for easy fine-tuning of graphics and settings.
With the ultra-fast Intel® Wi-Fi 6 (Gig+), Intel® Celeron® processors deliver nearly 3X1 faster speeds, enhanced reliability with fewer network drops and less buffering, and up to 75%2 latency reduction.
Explore What You Can Do with an Intel-Based System
Nearly 3X Faster: 802.11ax 2x2 160 MHz enables 2402 Mbps maximum theoretical data rates, ~3X (2.8X) faster than standard 802.11ac 2x2 80 MHz (867 Mbps) as documented in IEEE 802.11 wireless standard specifications, and require the use of similarly configured 802.11ax wireless network routers.
Up to 75% Latency reduction: Is based on Intel simulation data (79%) of 802.11ax with and without OFDMA using 9 clients. Average latency without OFDM is 36ms, with OFDMA average latency is reduced to 7.6ms. Latency improvement requires that the 802.11ax (Wi-Fi 6) router and all clients support OFDMA.
Half of the total number of learners – some 826 million students – kept out of the classroom by the COVID-19 pandemic, do not have access to a household computer and 43% (706 million) have no internet at home, at a time when digitally-based distance learning is used to ensure educational continuity in the vast majority of countries.” UNESCO 4/21/20 – Startling Digital Divides in Distance Learning Emerge https://en.unesco.org/news/startling-digital-divides-distance-learning-emerge.