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Images: A peek at AMD's Turion

The chips will be integrated into "thin and light" notebooks that can run several hours on a single battery charge.

A peek at AMD's Turion

Advanced Micro Devices's Turion processor will be integrated into "thin and light" notebooks that weigh a few pounds and can run several hours on a single battery charge.

Credit: AMD

AMD Turion

A peek at AMD's Turion

This diagram shows the key architectural features of AMD's Turion processor. The core of its chip contains technology to extend battery life by changing its voltage and operating frequency based on chip performance requirements.

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AMD Turion architecture

A peek at AMD's Turion

AMD buzzed crowds from 5,000 feet above the Moscone Center in San Francisco, home of the Intel Developer Forum, organized by its chipmaking rival. However, the winds are fresh in March, and moments after the "AMD TURION 64 MOBILITY" message was finished, the AMD skywriting faded away into the blue.

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