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Wednesday, 05 January 2011 18:09

AMD shows four Fusion notebooks

Written by Fuad Abazovic
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CES 2011: Lenovo, Sony, Asus and MSI
AMD has finally outed its Fusion-based Zacate netbooks. It showed three dual-cores and one single-core Fusion based notebook from Lenovo, Asus, MSI and Sony.

AMD representatives said that they hope to get more partners on board soon but some of them are shy to release them just yet.

As you know, Zacate has an 18W TDP and quite decent graphics, designated Radeon HD 6310, while Ontario has a 9W TDP but can still play 1080p and some basic games.

This is just the start, AMD claims and hopes are that this will become quite a successful part but again it has high hopes for Bulldozer as well as Llano 32nm native part with Phenom K10.5 derived core inside.

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