Lenovo, HP unveil first AMD Fusion laptops

Lenovo, HP unveil first AMD Fusion laptops

Summary: The manufacturers have become the first to show off ultraportables using AMD's new technology, which combines the CPU and GPU into a single 'accelerated processing unit'

TOPICS: CES, Hardware, Mobility

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  • HP Pavilion dm1 image

    HP's new Pavilion dm1 will, according to the manufacturer, provide up to 10 hours of battery life.

    Configuration of the ultraportable includes 750GB HDD, while GPS and external Blu-ray are further options. The device has a 1,366x768-pixel display.

    The dm1 will go on sale in the US from 9 January, at a starting price of $450 (£289).

    Photo credit: HP

  • Lenovo ThinkPad X120e image

    Like HP with the dm1, Lenovo is pitching its ThinkPad X120e at the business user, and is eschewing the 'netbook' moniker for the device.

    Lenovo claimed in a statement that the X120e will provide more than six hours of battery life.

    Photo credit: Lenovo

  • Lenovo ThinkPad X120e image

    Lenovo's ThinkPad X120e will go on sale in February, with US prices starting below $400, the company said.

    Photo credit: Lenovo

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Topics: CES, Hardware, Mobility

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