Why does Intel try to deceive people with it's mobile CPU naming schemes?
I find it egregious that they label dual core parts as i7's.
Dual core's are, and always have been i3's.
It goes Dual core = i3, quad core without hyperthreading = i5, and quad core with hyperthreading = i7
Is there any reason for Intel to label their dual core laptops as i7's other than they are trying to trick people?
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