AMD has been showing Ontario version of its first Fusion processor, and some senior and respected analysts now claim that it could seriously change the market.
We liked what we saw back in a hotel suite in San Francisco, it looks good, but we also heard that 18W TDP might not make everyone happy.
AMD positions Ontario as a Pentium class dual-core competitor that has superior graphics and quite good performance and it hopes to win the hearts of many users in the $300 to $500 notebook market. Ontario should fill the gap for people who want more performance.
AMD claims a lot of design wins and we can hope that it can meet its close to 8 hours battery life, as if this turns to be true, AMD might get more traction in mobile market than ever in the company’s history.