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Watchout Intel Here Comes AMD's TURON
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 1/08/2005 07:21:00 PM.

AMD is announcing that it plans to introduce a new family of simultaneous 32- and 64-bit PC processors, to be named AMD Turion 64 mobile technology.

AMD Turion 64 Mobile Technology is designed for thin-and-light notebooks that boast with ultimately low power consumption, size and weight. While users of thin-and-light notebooks are not that concerned about performance than owners of mainstream and full-size laptops, AMD still wants to offer them 64-bit capability, something that is not available on the Centrino platforms from the arch-rival Intel Corp.

At this time AMD does not discuss peculiarities of its Turion 64 Mobile Technology. Actual products are expected to ship this Summer, but at this time AMD does not comment on their performance and feature-set. Furthermore, it is unclear, whether AMD, like Intel Corp., proposes certain special components to form the Turion platform, or allows its notebook customers to brand notebooks as Turion whenever they use appropriate central processing unit.

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