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AMD Fusion APU Lineup Expanded with A4-3300 and A4-3400

AMD Fusion APU Lineup Expanded with A4-3300 and A4-3400

Today the fine folks at AMD have announced availability of their brand new AMD A-Series APUs, the A4-330 and A4-3400 desktop processors in a move that brings the entry-level desktop APU price down to an unbelievable $70 (U.S. suggested retail price.) This will allow custom home desktop builders to bring what AMD describes as "brilliant HD graphics, advanced performance, and fast application and connectivity speeds" to their masterpiece machines for rock bottom prices. These APUs offer competitive power and graphics supporting Steady Video, Dual Graphics, USB 3.0, and AMD VISION Engine Software, amongst many other features right out of the box.

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AMD updates Fusion C and E series APU processors

AMD updates Fusion C and E series APU processors

AMD announced today that it's releasing updated versions of its award-winning C and E series APUs (Accelerated Processing Units). These APUs are advanced hybrids of CPUs and GPUs that packs in plenty of graphics and processing power into an efficient and space-saving chip to power mobile computing devices such as laptops and netbooks.

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AMD Introduces New Triple-Core A6-3500 APU

AMD Introduces New Triple-Core A6-3500 APU

AMD today announced the availability of a new APU (Accelerated Processing Unit) called the A6-3500 that extends the company's lineup of A-Series processors, delivering brilliant HD graphics and high-speed performance. Unlike the A8-3800 and A6-3600 processors in the series, this new A6-3500 will not be quad-core. Instead, it is the first triple-core Llano APU and has a sub-$100 price tag that make it ideal for starter or budget gaming systems.

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ASUS Eee Top range updated with AMD Fusion chips

ASUS Eee Top range updated with AMD Fusion chips

ASUS has outed its latest all-in-one PCs, the 15.6-inch Eee Top ET1611PUT based on Intel's Atom chips and the 20-inch Eee Top ET2011AUKB and ET2011AUTB based on AMD's Brazos APUs. What we're most pleased to see, however, is that the ET2011AUKB comes with a matte-finish display (the ET2011AUTB has a glossy display, albeit one that also responds to multitouch gestures).

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AMD Trinity 2012 Chip Demoed On Notebook

AMD Trinity 2012 Chip Demoed On Notebook

AMD has officially launched the Fusion A-Series APUs---a hybrid of CPU and GPU technology---previously called Llano. It will be available in this year's desktops and notebooks. Its successor, the AMD Trinity, isn't due until 2012, but during a presentation this morning at the AMD Developer Fusion Summit 2011, the new silicon was actually demoed on a notebook, as shown in the tweeted image below.

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Acer plans Win 7 AMD Z-Series slates after Ice Cream Sandwich wait

Acer plans Win 7 AMD Z-Series slates after Ice Cream Sandwich wait

Acer and a bunch of the other companies are getting ready to toss tablets out onto the market in force. You can bet that a bunch of those tablets will be packing Android as the OS but there will be a good number of Windows 7 tablets as well. I suspect that the Windows 7 tablets will be more appealing to the business user than the average consumer, but time will tell. Acer has used AMD processors in Windows 7 tablets before with the W500.

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AMD Llano APU prices leak

AMD Llano APU prices leak

If the thought of the AMD Llano family of Fusion APUs has you all excited for some CPU and integrated GPU love, prices on some of that hardware have now leaked. According to some research, DigiTimes did on the coming Llano parts and some Bulldozer parts the prices look pretty good. The chart DigiTimes cooked up even puts the competing Intel product into the mix.

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AMD Fusion-Based Quad-Core A8-3530MX for notebooks on the Way

AMD Fusion-Based Quad-Core A8-3530MX for notebooks on the Way

Thats the word on the streets over on Turkish site DONANIMHABER, they who claim to have laid their hands on a bucket of info that puts an AMD Fusion-based Quad-Core A8 3530MX for notebooks on what they've got pegged as a code-named "Sabine" chip. This whole system is set to be out "soon," the fastest of the set being a lovely 1.9GHz A8-3530MX with 4MB of Level 2 cache. Sound excellent to you? Beware of their warnings of not-so-quick, fella.

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