At CES this afternoon, AMD shared fresh details about its mobile and desktop roadmap for 2013. The company revealed specs for Kabini and Temash, two low-power, 28-nm system-on-a-chip devices aimed at ultrathin laptops and tablets. The company also shared some details about Richland, Trinity's successor, which is "already shipping" to PC makers. Scott Wasson, our intrepid Editor in Chief, was on the scene and sent us his notes and photos.
AMD shows off its latest APU roadmap
Posted on Tuesday, Jan 08 2013 @ 14:37 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Tech Report published a picture of AMD's 2013 roadmap to surround computing. Not much new about this, just a confirmation of what we already knew.