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Tuesday, 24 August 2010 09:33

AMD to show Fusion APU in September

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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As well as HD Netbooks
It looks like AMD is getting its first APU, Fusion technology at the upcoming IFA show that is taking place in Berlin, Germany from September 3rd to 8th.

AMD has announced to its favourite few that it plans to have a live demo of the Fusion on the floor which should give us the impression that the project is on the schedule. If all goes well we should see the first Fusion based notebooks and desktops in Q1 2011 and the chips should be ready for production by late Q4 2010.  

AMD also plans to introduce HD netbooks powered with AMD Vision technology as well as some new thin notebooks but we don’t expect great battery life out of them as they are still based on K10.5 45nm, an architecture that's not known for its power efficiency.  

So if you have the time in first week of September and if you really want to see Fusion, you should be able to, but we cannot promise you that this won’t be journalist only demo, but then again we believe that AMD will show the demo to the public and it will claim that this locked case really contains the Fusion chip.
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