AMD demonstrates hybrid Temash and Kabini systems

Posted on Friday, Apr 05 2013 @ 13:39 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
X-bit Labs reports AMD showed off a quad-core Temash APU based business-oriented tablet as well as a multimedia-oriented convertible notebook/tablet based on the Kabini APU.
Separately, AMD demonstrated AMD A6 “Kabini”-based reference design (developed by Wistron) of a convertible notebook-tablet. Even though A6 “Kabini” (four Jaguar x86 cores, Radeon HD 7000-class graphics engine) will belong to low-power/entry-level family of solutions, the convertible with the APU inside could easily run Torchlight II video game in 1920*1080 resolution at around 25fps in DirectX 11 mode. Such performance levels were previously available only on notebooks and desktops. Thanks to new APU, the game can be played on high-performance convertible tablets as well.


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