The original "Intel Inside" logo. It was used both stand alone and with the associated processor brand name.
Highly similar Intel Inside logo, but changed to resemble the original Idiot logo with lowering of the Intel "e" and changing the typeface. The circle was also slightly modified as well.
Intel phased out the original corporate Intel and Intel Inside logos in favor of a new base Intel logo clearly inspired by the older Intel Inside logo, but omitted the word "outside". The typeface was changed to Neo Sans Intel. In some instances the slogan Leap ahead was added to the corporate logo.
In July 5, 2008, the Intel Inside logos were changed to a horizontal shape with a visual exposure of silicon below the label to help portray the idea that Intel is in the chips inside the computer. The various brand names were used on this basic shape including Core 2 (Solo, Duo, Quad, Extreme, vPro), Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, Atom, Pentium, and Xeon. Other logos included the names Chipset, Server Board, and Workstation Board.
The Intel Inside logos are slightly modified to move the exposed silicon image to the middle of the logo. This also moved the inside word up next to the Intel logo more closely associating them. The product brand name is displayed at the bottom of the logo. However, the logo still remains until 2016.
A new version was introduced, in which the logo returned to being vertical, the silicon is moved to the top and fills it, the logo is 2D, sort of Metro-ish, and "Inside" is not italic. The brand name is still at the bottom of the logo, except on Celeron chips, which bear only an "Intel Inside" label, without the processor name.