AMD Future of Computing at 2015 International CES

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    AMD and its technology partners are ready to wow attendees of the 2015 International CES with a wide range of new products and technology demonstrations that showcase AMD's view of the future of comp...

    AMD Future of Computing at 2015 International CES
     
  2. lmimmfn

    lmimmfn Ancient Guru

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    Ill be interested to see what they say about VR on the panel
     
  3. icedman

    icedman Maha Guru

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    Im more interested in what their next gpu will be and if they will be shrinking the apu's lower than 28nm. Still good to see other inovations tho.
     
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    Aoyagi Active Member

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    Still no mention of proper CPUs. This kills me.
     

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    Cryio Member Guru

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    Here we are, 7 months later after the unveal of Kaveri and you can barely find a laptop with the best chips. Now, they announced Carizzo, with expected availability in summer. Pff, yeah right.
     
  6. Fox2232

    Fox2232 Ancient Guru

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    Look at prices, intel makes nearly no money from "selling" CPUs to low powered market where AMD can score.
    This does leave little to no space for AMD.
    And on other hand intel asks premium for CPUs of higher performance to compensate for no profit in low power.
    That is way intel kicked AMD off tablet space completely and got quite big share now even against ARM based Androids.
    For 500$ I can have 10" intel tablet and as a bonus they will give me 2nd one 8" both with win 8.1. Both with Atoms 1.8GHz. Such offers are more than competitive with Android ARM devices.

    Proper question would be: why there are so few manufacturers using new AMD APUs which are good? And why HP asks such horrific price for them?
     

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