AMD, ATI squeeze new juice into laptops

Posted on Tuesday, Nov 23 2004 @ 23:20 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Advanced Micro Devices officially unveiled its Sempron 3000+, while ATI Technologies introduced a pair of Mobility Radeon X series graphics chips.

Collectively, the chips promise to inject more performance into two different types of notebooks. AMD's Sempron 3000+ and ATI's Mobility Radeon X300 graphics chip will add juice to thin-and-light notebooks, which typically weigh about five pounds. ATI is also offering a new Mobility Radeon X800 graphics chip for high-end game-oriented notebooks.

More information at Cnet


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