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Tuesday, 30 April 2013 09:42

Temash SoC spotted in Acer notebook

Written by Peter Scott



Quad-core A6-1450

Kabini and Temash chips are already shipping to OEMs and now we are seeing the first leaks of actual products based on the new SoCs.

WCCFtech has stumbled upon an upcoming Acer notebook based on the A6-1450 SoC. The Jaguar based quad-core chip is stock clocked at 1GHz, but it can hit 1.4GHz in Turbo mode. The chip packs 2MB of L2 cache and a stunning TDP rating of 4W to 6W. It also features the latest integrated GPU AMD has to offer, the HD 8280. The GPU is apparently clocked at 300MHz to 500MHz.

As for Acer’s Aspire V5, it looks like an interesting 11.6-incher, with 2 gigs of RAM, 500GB HDD and touch support. It is also available in 14- and 15.6-inch sizes.

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