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AMD Yuko platform to go dual-core in 2H 2009

Posted on Monday, January 19 2009 @ 20:28:11 CET by


DailyTech writes the AMD Yukon platform for ultraportable notebooks will get a dual-core version of the Neo processor in the second half of the year.
EWeek reports that AMD will also be fielding a dual-core version of its Neo processor that will be part of the Congo platform. Congo and the dual-core Neo are reportedly set to launch later in 2009. Congo will be a platform for new types of ultraportable laptops. AMD was very clear in meetings at CES that the Neo was not for the netbook market.

AMD reps said it would cede the netbook market to Intel and focus on notebooks with more performance and functionality starting at around $600. EWeek reports that AMD's Phil Hughes wrote in an email that the dual-core Neo processor would be code named Conesus and will launch in the second half of 2009. No hints of a specific launch date or the performance of the chip was offered by Hughes.



 



 

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