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AMD Plans to Enter DVD Arena by Offering Chipset
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/04/2005 12:14:00 PM.

AMD plans to enter the Personal DVD Market with the new Advanced Chip Alchemy Au1200 that has many new features.

Chip Giant AMD designed its Alchemy Au1200 chip for personal video players that require DVD-quality video playback yet operate on low power.

The device that has very low power dissipation runs at a speed of 400 or 500 megahertz. The Company is very much confident about the success of this product as it offers a great speed and features while keeping the battery in good and long stand by time.

Prices for the video players are expected to be $499 to $699.

The Player will be capable to work on the movies stored on TiVo digital-video-recording machines and transfer them directly to a video player without a painstaking step known as transcoding.

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