Getting a jump on Intel, AMD announced its first Fusion processors on the eve of CES 2011. Like Intel’s Sandy Bridge processors, AMD’s Accelerated Processing Units combine a CPU and a graphics processor on a single die, but these low-power APUs are designed for different sorts of laptops, netbooks and desktops.
Enable the powerful visual computing experiences that your customers are looking for
- Build PCs for the next-generation applications enabled by AMD’s ongoing APU programming collaboration with the ISV community
- Deliver a superior visual experience that can set your products apart from the competition
- Leverage the AMD Radeon™ design DNA for discrete-level graphics in a single-chip PC
Deliver PCs in today’s sleek, modern form factors.
- Build systems in the form factors and designs that consumers want, from ultrathin and mainstream notebooks to all-in-one desktops
- Extend real-world battery life without compromising the visual experience
Extend a better experience across more price bands
- Deliver lower-cost systems that still meet growing demand for high-definition computing capabilities
- Reach a broader audience by pairing an excellent experience with desirable form factors-at an affordable price
- Develop mainstream performance systems for a lower cost-to help you create systems differentiated by high-margin add-ons within your existing price bands
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