Despite AMD's lacking sales recently, more manufacturers are turning to them to power their PCs. Dell was one of the first Intel-only companies to start offering AMD processors in their PCs last year. Now Toshiba has announced that they will also include them in upcoming notebooks.
This is certainly good news for AMD, as Toshiba is the fourth largest PC manufacturer in the world. They have announced that they will include the AMD processors in 20% of their upcoming notebooks.
Toshiba will begin selling their new laptops powered by AMD sometime this summer. The good news for consumers is that they will reportedly be as much as $82 cheaper than their Intel-powered counterparts.
Toshiba Gets Cozy With AMD [via dailytech]