This day in history, AMD introduced three new arrivals among its A-Series and E-Series. They are compatible with the continuously evolving market conditions of today. As an innovative California-based semiconductor designer, AMD is getting back in the mood to conquer the competition. AMD's major rival happens to be none other than Intel. Its latest accelerated processing units (APUs) surely have the edge when it comes to generating cool images. For now, AMD is aiming for the top. This is not a very easy task, yet its three APUs speak volumes about its ability to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. AMD plans on the provision of definitive devices for the upcoming youth.
The three new APUs are called: Temash, Kabini and Richland respectively. The first one is a revolutionary product that breaks fresh ground. The second one has some of the most radical graphics among its key features. As for the third one, it reinvents the very concept of performance taking it to the nth degree. The devices are Windows-compatible so that won’t be a problem. As a high tech tablet, Temash is up against the Chipzilla owned by Intel. Meanwhile, Kabini has to compete with the same rival’s “iris” graphics display. As for the third chip, it is aimed at notebooks and has a much worthier wireless display working order.
The main feature of the terrific trio is less power costs. The Temash contains Jaguar x86 Central Processing Unit cores. It is also over 150% better in its performance. The batteries last up to a day’s length in time span. The Jaguar architecture is especially something worth its weight in gold. Next coming to the Kabini, it is a giant in matters of graphics. Its functionality and selling price are ideally matched to each other. Its cell life is a net total time span amounting to 11 hours. And last but not least, Richland sports “Pile-driver” architecture which does its image a lot of good. As for its fuel economy, it lasts for a duration amounting to 13 hours, the longest of the three. Many exciting interactive games can be played on the triad as well. AMD is up to the mark and does not plan on leaving the arena empty for Intel or for that matter ARM either. Much lies in store for them from AMD’s side and it has finally thrown the gauntlet in a gesture of defiance and in the spirit of true champions.