MSI Launches notebooks based AMD Yukon

CALIFORNIA - Micro-Star International (MSI) are interested to deliver AMD-based notebooks ultrathin Yukon in mid-October 2009.

As quoted by Digitimes, Sunday (23/08/2009), MSI reportedly has conducted testing on a notebook that had the Yukon platform. After testing, a PC vendor that seems to be very satisfied with the performance AMD Yukon. But unfortunately, the MSI was reluctant to disclose further certainty the date of release.

Desire MSI to use AMD Yukon, because it can make notebooks more affordable prices, with the ability of the preformance. In fact, the ability also claimed was on Intel's flagship processor on the market netbooks, the Atom.

AMD's efforts to bring the Yukon platform to avoid the technology gap between the notebook with the netbook. Cheap netbook performance is usually low, while upper-class notebook that provides high performance expensive appreciated.

Meanwhile, the launch of the AMD notebook platform Tigris will most likely be postponed until late October. Not yet known with certainty why the delay.

AMD previously Tigris platform is expected to be launched in early September in conjunction with Windows 7 markets in Asia, followed by North America, Eastern Europe, and Middle East in October.

Some vendors said to have ordered to be buried with AMD products Tigris, like Hewlett-Packard (HP), Toshiba, Acer, and Asustek Computer. (Srn)[]
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Write by: RC - Tuesday, June 1, 2010

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