So I’ve got this cool Intel Atom-Board Intel Essential Series D945GSEJT, which is the first Atom-ITX-board that doesn’t feature a 25W chipset for a 2W CPU. Its pretty cool, but one thing made me laugh.
Today I saw that there came a „Intel atom inside“ sticker with the board. I thought: Well, nice, now I could – if I wanted – put this on my Mini-ITX-system. But then I saw whats been written next to this: „Use of the enclosed Intel Atom logo label is unauthorized and constitutes infringement of Intel’s exclusive trademark rights unless you have signed the Intel Atom logo trademark license„.
Isn’t it nice of Intel to supply me with a sticker which would make me a criminal if I’d use it?