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If you are an IT engineer, you'd better visit here at once. You can learn about Intel's history, the history of semiconductors, and the history of microprocessors. It is a 50-year evolution of information technology. There are also many souvenirs and you can have fun.
Going inside the Intel museum is fascinating. You'll learn the history of the integrated circuits (IC) inventions up to the latest generation IC development. Great history lessons to everyone. And, it's free!
Very interesting place to visit if you want to learn more of computing history and what goes on under the bonnet of your desktop, tablet etc.
On show is the history of computer chips and how they have evolved over the years very informative tour...More
If you are not a tech nerd prepare to have your mind blown! If you are, prepare to have your mind blown Well, maybe not blown if you are a nerd, but at least intriguing. The Intel Museum explains what Silicon is, Where it is...More
Good place to show the kids how the core part of modern microcomputer has been developed. Plenty of displays (photos, videos, and actual products) and some interactive equipments. The size of museum is about right (not too big, not too small). Small souvenir store right...More
Took a chance and stopped at the intel
Museum. Small exhibishion but very interesting and tells the 50 years of
development within semiconductors. If you happen to be in the neighborhood you should stop at this location and take 1-1.5 hrs to see how technology...More
It’s cool to take pictures with the Intel Logo and the staff in the shop as well as in the museum is very friendly. The answer any question, that they can. For nerds it is interesting to see the old processors, but there is also...More
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No manufacturing tour but they explain the production process and have some models and photos and videos. The tour guides are very informative. You can walk through yourself but you will get a lot more out of it if you go on... More
No manufacturing tour but they explain the production process and have some models and photos and videos. The tour guides are very informative. You can walk through yourself but you will get a lot more out of it if you go on a formal tour with a tour guide (they go quite often- about every half hour we found. )