SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Next week in San Francisco, AMD (NYSE: AMD) will unveil the first North America public demonstrations of its AMD Fusion Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) codenamed “Zacate,” a new dual-core, 18-watt TDP processor containing discrete-level graphics capabilities on die and designed to dramatically improve the user’s PC experience. Targeting value and mainstream notebooks and desktops, “Zacate” APU-based platforms bring many of the vivid digital computing experiences once reserved for high-end PCs into the opening price points of the mainstream segment.
What: Demonstrations of the experience consumers can expect to see early in 2011 from a broad range of mainstream notebook and desktop PCs based on the AMD Fusion APU codenamed “Zacate,” including:
When: Monday, September 13 through Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Where: San Francisco, CA
Who: Senior AMD executives and engineers responsible for AMD Fusion APUs
Throughout the week of September 13, 2010, AMD executives will provide frequent blog posts at blogs.amd.com on the company’s demonstrations as well as commentary on new developments in the CPU, GPU and APU markets. The first two updates cover the consumer PC market and the software developer ecosystem.
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