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The new AMD head is keen to drive sales in Australia, and hopes to target opportunities in the mainstream and ultrathin notebook market.
Toshiba has refreshed much of its notebook line, including its 'world's-thinnest' Portégé ultrabook, with Intel's 'Ivy Bridge' Core processors.Most of the updated models are being touted as business-friendly, even the Portégé Z930, a follow-on from last year's Z830.
AMD has launched an embedded counterpart to its notebook-oriented Trinity chipset, targeting graphics-intensive applications such as digital signage and surveillance systems.The company unveiled its AMD Embedded R-Series accelerate processing unit (APU) on Monday, just a week after it revealed the Trinity as a direct competitor to Intel's Ivy Bridge.
After my disappointing experience with the Samsung 305U, I am still looking around for a newer generation netbook/sub-notebook. The basis of my search is that I want an AMD/ATI based system, because I believe it gives good performance, good screen resolution (typically 1366x768) and an HDMI display port.
Toshiba has updated the Portégé R700 with new components but retained the old chassis design. We'd prefer a more solid lid section, but the R830 is an impressively portable notebook. Battery life is good, but the cost remains high.
Somewhat lost in all the blog posts about how much Sony's latest Vaio Z ultraportable, available in the UK, costs, is the laptop's optional docking station, which includes an AMD Radeon HD 6650M graphics card that works with the notebook through Intel's Light Peak connection.
AMD Fusion powered laptops from HP and Toshiba offer HD graphics capability, DirectX 11 support at budget-friendly, sub-$500 prices.
Toshiba has unveiled the Qosmio T851, a glasses-free 3D notebook. That's all well and nice, but what's really interesting is that this is being touted as the "world's first" laptop that can simultaneously display 2D and 3D content.
It's a bit ironic that after Samsung releases its competitor to the MacBook Air in the form of the Series 9 notebook, the same company is responsible for giving Apple's ultraportable laptop a bit of speed boost. That's because new MacBook Airs are shipping with a new, faster solid state drive apparently from Samsung after initially coming with a Toshiba SSD.
Unveiled earlier this month, MSI's 3.1-pound X370 notebook computer is now available and shipping.
Finally, Toshiba has a plethora of new laptops for us to look over. All of these notebooks are ready for some 3D entertainment, but some ship more ready than others.
Most of Dell's laptop lineup is Intel-based, but the Inspiron M100 series appears to be saved for its AMD notebook forays. It already sells the Inspiron M101z with an Athlon II processor, and now it appears to be adding its first AMD Fusion portable in the form of the M102z.
In just one week, MSI has another AMD-based laptop to unveil, and there are many other eye-catching specs on the ultra-slim X370 notebook as well.
The Toshiba Tecra A11 isn't the prettiest-looking notebook around, but at prices from £685 (ex. VAT) it might appeal to the cash-strapped corporate looking for good value for money.
AMD hopes to challenge Intel's Atom-based dominance of the netbook market by combining a low-power CPU with the equivalent of last year's discrete graphics card in a single package. Toshiba is using the 1GHz C-50 in its new high-end netbook, the NB550D mini, which comes in a sturdy little 1.
The Toshiba NB550D received some attention a few weeks ago as the netbook is set to be one of the first of its kind sporting an AMD Fusion C-50 “Ontario” APU. Too bad it won't be popping up stateside.
AMD is staking quite a bit on its new Fusion architecture -- which combines CPU and GPU in an Accelerated Processing Unit, or APU -- and the first independent benchmarks for a Toshiba NB550D netbook using the C-50 "Ontario" APU should encourage the chipmaker.Dutch site Hardware.
HP's Envy 13 notebook might not have been a runaway success, but its bigger brother has just been refreshed in time for CES. The Envy 17 gaming laptop now will feature the latest Intel processors and AMD mobile graphics, along with an HP feature that's new to this model.
Another day. Another technology CEO noting that the Apple iPad is stealing some sales away from the netbook and notebook market. This time, it's AMD CEO Dirk Meyer up to bat.
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