Acer, Trident announce integrated DDR notebook chipsets

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Acer, Trident announce integrated DDR notebook chipsets

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. has announced 600- and 700-MHz Durons for notebooks, selling for $75 and $123 in volume. Japan’s number one PC maker. NEC, is using the 700-MHz Mobile Duron for its LaVie U series of notebook PCs. The chip uses AMD’s Duron core, but runs at lower voltage and consumes less power. It uses a 100-MHz front-side bus and has 3D instruction set extensions.

For more information, see amd.com,siliconstrategies.com and computerworld.com.

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