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AMD Unveils Powerful Notebook Chips

Advanced Micro Devices unveils a more powerful line of notebook computer processor chips today as the chip maker strengthens its products for mobile computers.

The new chips will be the first dual-core, 64-bit notebook processors and will conserve enough electrical power to be used in thin and light notebooks that weigh as little as 4 pounds. Much of the design work for AMD processors is done in Austin.

AMD and rival Intel Corp. are rolling out a stream of new product announcements over the next few months as they seek to gain the advantage in a hypercompetitive battle.

Analysts say that toward the end of the year, the companies will be on more even footing in terms of their product lines, meaning that Intel will close in on AMD's advantage on performance, particularly on processors going into servers and desktop computers.

>>Read more at NewsFactor.com

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