Lenovo to ship more AMD based PCs

Posted on Thursday, Jun 01 2006 @ 14:08 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Inquirer reports Lenovo is getting ready to put AMD processors in its PCs:
According to the Shanghai Daily, AMD reckons it will then be in with a good shout of providing Lenovo with the millions of chips perceived necessary to chip up China.

More of those Lenovo products which will carry brandnames established by IBM will sport AMD chips, the company claims.

The paper suggests as much after listening to AMD spokesman Pan Xiaoming at a press conference in Hangzhou, China over the weekend. He reckoned AMD's "low price and advanced dual-core technology products" would help it win more partners and market share, around the globe.


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