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Thursday, 29 November 2012 10:59

AMD to show off Temash soon

Written by Nick Farrell



Ultra low-power APUs could be the new black

AMD is set to show off the first prototypes of products based on code-named Temash ultra low-power APUs at the consumer electronics show next year. 

It is expected that the chips will only be made only for partners as the chip will probably be officially launched later in the year. Rory Read, chief executive of AMD, told the Credit Suisse Technology Conference that AMD was trying to target new form-factor clients, low-power clients, tablets.

He said that AMD would launch Temash which would be based around Kabini technology next year. He expects them to be ready around the CES time-frame. AMD has promised that it would show off a number of media and business tablets using Z-60 “Hondo” APUs at CES.

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