Lenovo expands use of AMD processors

Posted on Wednesday, Aug 09 2006 @ 09:10 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Yahoo reports Lenovo will roll out a new line of desktop computers with AMD processors.
Lenovo has long offered PCs with AMD chips in Lenovo's home market of China, but not until February did Lenovo launch AMD-based PCs elsewhere, with a line of computers for small and medium-sized businesses. Now, AMD chips will be available in Lenovo's new ThinkCenter A60 PCs, which are targeted at big business customers. The systems are expected to be announced Tuesday.

Increasingly, large businesses "were asking what my AMD strategy is," said Dilip Bhatia, Lenovo's program director for the ThinkCenter line. "I think it gives them flexibility and choice."


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