quote: " Since Intel ramped up its mobile chipsets a few years ago, AMD has been losing a lot of ground on laptops and tablets—in the public mind at least. The company just announced the rest of its product roadmap for next year. They feature a significant power-to-performance efficiency improvement. Will it be enough?
Over the summer, we got our first look at Richland, AMD's top laptop APU (Advanced Processing Unit, AMD's name for a microprocessor that acts as both a CPU and graphics processor). Beema and Mullins round out the lineup's low-power options for cheaper laptops and tablets.
Beema replaces last year's Kabini SoC, designed primarily for small notebooks two-in-one laptop/tablet hybrids. Mullins replaces the Temash on the very lowest end of the spectrum. It's designed for fanless tablets, laptops and convertibles. Both feature new "Puma" cores in either dual- or quad-core configurations." end quote
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