The logo is in a boxier font than the clipped curves of the 2006 iteration. Though, it does have characteristics from the previous designs, as well as the square-capped “i”. It gives a refreshing look to the brand.
Intel rolls out some new components to the logo. The iconic blue that the company has used for decades is still part of the brand, but it has experimented with some new variants of colors, such as a secondary color for the dot of the “i” in some cases.
Intel has no plans to ditch its iconic five-note “bong,” but they do have some ideas to give it a “modernized version” to fit the logo later this year.
This new logo design will soon be part of your laptop and perhaps the rest of Intel’s products.