Advanced Micro Devices (News
) today said there’s still OEM support for its next-generation notebook platform with the addition of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc., Digital Products Division’s consumer laptops built on the next-generation AMD (News
) notebook platform.
Toshiba’s Satellite laptop PC series is offered with different models of the AMD Turion X2 Ultra Dual-Core Mobile Processors, AMD 7-Series Chipsets, and leading-edge wireless solutions based on the draft 802.11n specification.
“The next-generation AMD notebook platform integrates superior graphics, wireless performance and energy efficiency to deliver the ultimate visual experience on the go,” said Chris Cloran, a corporate vice president at AMD. “The Toshiba (News
) Satellite series with AMD Turion Ultra Dual-Core Mobile processors meets the needs of today’s mobile computing users with an enhanced visual experience and performance.”
Advanced Micro Devices describes itself as a global provider of innovative processing solutions in the computing and graphics markets. AMD is dedicated to driving open innovation, choice and industry growth by delivering superior customer-centric solutions that empower consumers and businesses worldwide.
“Toshiba relentlessly aims to improve the lives of its customers through powerfully innovative technologies,” said Jeff Barney, a vice president and general manager of Toshiba America Information Systems, Inc. “With the continued adoption of AMD processor technology to its Satellite family, Toshiba has further provided it’s users with real-world solutions for today’s computing demands for improved graphics, extended battery life and robust computing power for a first-rate user-experience.”
Toshiba’s “Satellite” laptop series, based on the next-generation AMD notebook platform, unlocks a rich entertainment experience through the TruBrite display technology for incredible color and clarity and Harman Kardon stereo speakers for a cinema-like sound experience, according to the company.
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