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[Techreport.com] AMD-powered ultrabooks could debut next year
So far, Intel has an absolute monopoly on the ultrabook market. (You can even find the company's chips inside the MacBook Air, from which many ultrabook makers seem to draw inspiration.) That stranglehold may loosen next year, though. A report by The Australian says AMD's Australian arm "could unveil its first 'Ultrathin' line of notebooks in January"—and if that happens down under, chances are it'll happen up here in North America, too.
The site quotes Brian Slattery, AMD's Country Manager for Australia and New Zealand, as saying AMD has been negotiating with "several manufacturers," and the position of one of those "was particularly advanced." Slattery noted that AMD is giving hardware makers more freedom to ...
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