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Thursday, 13 May 2010 02:00

AMD shows its Vision trailer

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Cannes Film Festival

Taking a piece of Cannes Film Festival action, AMD has launched a new trailer for its Vision and has officially announced its 2010 Mainstream and Ultrathin platforms as well as its 2010 Desktop platforms.

AMD is really pushing hard with its Vision program and with longer battery life, better thermals, more power claims for notebook platforms and recently announced new CPUs for desktop platforms, it's no wonder that AMD is scoring quite a few design wins.

You might remember AMD's "109 design wins" claim, which is now looking pretty real, especially considering the full launch of AMD ultrathin and mainstream notebook CPUs.

You can check out the trailer here.

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