Thursday, December 16, 2010

AMD Fusion based machines to start at a $349 price point

Systems powered by AMD’s code-named Ontario and Zacate accelerated processing units (APUs) will cost starting from $349. The world’s second largest supplier of microprocessors for personal computers hopes to revolutionize the markets of low-cost netbooks and notebooks with its new chips thanks to high amount of advantages that they bring.

“We believe we should see notebooks [based on Ontario and Zacate] in around the $349 range,” said Godfrey Cheng, a director of client technology unit at AMD, in an interview with X-bit labs.

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via Xbit Labs

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