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Wednesday, 02 March 2011 21:30

AMD tablets stick to Windows 7

Written by Fuad Abazovic


Cebit 2011: Android still in development
AMD didn't want to confirm whether it is working on Android support for its Fusion products, but it looks like Windows 7 won’t remain the only operating system for new Fusion-based tablets.

There is a strong indication that AMD is working on Android support for its Fusion products, such as the Brazos powered Swift, but company representatives didn't want to comment the matter.

Intel told us today that it supports Windows 7, MeeGo as well as Android, and we were even reminded that Google Chrome netbooks run on Atom.

Going after Android seems natural and if Intel can do it on its x86 Atom, so can AMD. However, we don’t have any exact timeframe for AMD Android tablets just yet.
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