AMD, the California-based tech giant that has emerged as one of the world’s leading developers of computer processors, is set to display its new Fusion APU (Accelerated Processing Units) this week in Las Vegas at CES 2011. The Fusion chip is being touted as an industry game-changer and, aside from various other major benefits, is said to allow it’s products to deliver a 10+ hour battery life.
“We believe that AMD Fusion processors are, quite simply, the greatest advancement in processing since the introduction of the x86 architecture more than forty years ago,” said Rick Bergman, senior vice president and general manager, AMD Products Group. “In one major step, we enable users to experience HD everywhere as well as personal supercomputing capabilities in notebooks that can deliver all-day battery life.i It’s a new category, a new approach, and opens up exciting new experiences for consumers.”
AMD says it expects leading manufacturers Acer, Asus, Dell, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, MSI, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba to announce plans to deliver AMD Fusion APU-based systems at fair market price.
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