AMD has introduced a new brand name - Turion - for notebook computer chips. Currently the company has about 9 percent of the notebooks processor market and the company hopes to increase this by offering an alternative for Intel's Centrino technology.
AMD's Turion 64 Mobile Technology is aimed at light and thin notebooks.
The first notebooks based on Turion should be available by mid-year.
More info at Reuters
AMD releases Centrino competitor - Turion 64 Mobile technlogy
Posted on Friday, January 07 2005 @ 10:18 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck