AMD’s new mobile platforms target mainstream and ultraportable users but never quite cross the line into netbook territory.  The core of these platforms is the 65nm AMD Turion Neo X2 but the real star is the chipset.  Netbook users are suffering with Intel’s IGP as it struggles with HD video; whereas AMD’s new RS780M is based on the DX10 compliant 780G chipset whose performance we are already familiar withCheck out the new face of AMD mobility in Josh’s preview.

“The Tigris and “Codename formerly known as Congo” are two new notebook platforms that aim for the mainstream and ultra-portable marketplaces. While we have seen these products before, the combination of tuning and manufacturing changes allows them to fit into the mobile market. The extra boost could give AMD a nice set of weapons to further improve their marketshare in the mobile space.”

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