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AMD slowly evolves with netbook demand

Agam Shah | July 7, 2009
While AMD has tried to avoid selling to the low end, its chips are appearing in small laptops

AMD has developed the low-power Athlon Neo chips for PCs called ultrathin laptops, which are pricier than netbooks but offer better processing and graphics performance. The company has already announced a dual-core Neo variant available in Hewlett-Packard's Pavilion DV2Z laptop. Intel sells low-power consumer ultra-low voltage (CULV) chips to compete with AMD in the space.

 

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