AMD's next-generation A-Series Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) for laptops and low-power desktops, codenamed "Carrizo", will simultaneously ramp up energy efficiency and boost performance.
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The new notebook is the first major design win for AMD's new budget mobile chip.
HP AMD Quad 1.7GHz 16" Touch Laptop $585
HP AMD Dual 2.1GHz 16" Touch Laptop $279
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Toshiba Touch AMD 13" Laptop for $399
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The feature promises faster processor speeds when a hybrid device is used with its keyboard, while improving battery life for tablet use.
Four GPUs have been detailed, all using the company's 28nm Graphics Core Next architecture and promising the usual performance and efficiency boosts over their predecessors.
The 13.3-inch notebook weighs 3.42 pounds and includes AMD's A8-4555M Trinity quad-core processor and a full HD touchscreen.
Designed for medium and large businesses, the new computers start at $479.
AMD has been a bit overshadowed at Computex this year by the onslaught of Intel-based Ultrabooks. But the company made some news of its own announcing its latest line of APUs, or Accelerated Processing Units.
The second generation of AMD's APUs provides double the performance per watt of their Llano predecessors, according to the company, which is taking aim at the ultrabooks in Intel's Ivy Bridge sights
AMD announced today the Radeon HD 7900M, 7800M and 7700M families--along with more advanced switching technology--arrive just in time for laptops that will use Intel's 3rd Generation Core chip or AMD's Trinity processor.
Laptop OEM Quanta sues AMD for allegedly selling defective chips which do not meet heat tolerances and cause laptops to malfunction, says report.
AMD has updated its A-Series line of processors for mainstream laptops and desktops with new chips it says operate at faster speeds, deliver better graphics performance and include other enhancements.
In a move that should surprise no one, AMD is reportedly working on an Ultrabook competitor called "ultrathins" that may hit the laptop market as soon as next month (at least in Australia).But unlike Intel, which instructed its manufacturing partners specifically on how to build their Ultrabooks, AMD is apparently giving vendors more leeway in how they build their ultrathins.
Chipmaker Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) plans to focus more on its server business, a higher-margin business than its chips for desktops and laptops, even though the latter is the company's "bread and butter", one executive shared.
The company has announced the former head of Lenovo's US operations as its new president and chief executive
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