Tuesday, December 2, 2008

Samsung Notebooks will use processors from AMD


With some delay to announce a very significant event for the notebook market. Last week the company Samsung officially announced the release of its first models using processors from AMD.

Producer explains his move to the fact that the market share of mobile computers with AMD processors in Russia from September 2007 to September 2008 amounted to 16,1% of notebooks.

The first models with AMD processors will be notebooks R455 and R505. They are built on the latest AMD Puma platform, using AMD Turion X2 processors and X2 Ultra.

Used in laptops R455 and R505 graphics card ATI Radeon, supporting Microsoft DirectX 10.1, well suited to work with modern applications that use sophisticated graphics.

With some delay to announce a very significant event for the notebook market. Last week the company Samsung officially announced the release of its first models using processors from AMD.

Producer explains his move to the fact that the market share of mobile computers with AMD processors in Russia from September 2007 to September 2008 amounted to 16,1% of notebooks.

The first models with AMD processors will be notebooks R455 and R505. They are built on the latest AMD Puma platform, using AMD Turion X2 processors and X2 Ultra.

Used in laptops R455 and R505 graphics card ATI Radeon, supporting Microsoft DirectX 10.1, well suited to work with modern applications that use sophisticated graphics.

Both models are presented in two versions colors: silver and black. In addition, in the manufacture of notebook keyboards R455 and R505 used proprietary technology Silver Nano, providing hygienic use of a mobile computer.

Source: Samsung