Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 9th May 2010 16:14 UTC
AMD "If you're looking for notebook power on the cheap and you're not too keen on either using Intel's integrated graphics or paying for a higher-performing, NVIDIA-made workaround (i.e., Optimus), then there's an obvious alternative mobile platform for you: AMD/ATI. AMD is gaining steam in the mobile space due to a combination of low cost and its ATI Radeon graphics solution, with Reuters reporting that the company will better than double the number of design wins this back-to-school season compared to a year ago."
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I agree
by ariarinen on Mon 10th May 2010 11:57 UTC
ariarinen
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2009-02-07

I agree the prospects are looking up, I could even consider one next time I buy a laptop.

When I bought my last computer, I just locked at Intel based laptops. So I bought one with a Core 2 duo, and AMD/ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4600.

And when they integrate their CPU and GPU it will probably be more attractive then Intels offering (excluding NVIDIA Optimus).

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