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[FUD]German e-tailer jumps the gun with Llano

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A German e-tailer has jumped the gun and apparently started shipping the world’s first Llano laptop.

and here the spec`s of the laptop:
The DV6-6110sg is based on the quad core A6-3410MX processor, clocked at 1.6GHz, and overclockable to 2.3GHz on turbo. It features HD 6750M discrete graphics with a 1GB of memory, along with 6GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive.

the rig at €579.
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Edited by mohmet - 6/14/11 at 7:26am
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post #2 of 26
You need to put [FUD] before the title.

I always get Llano and interlagos confused.
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Very nice price:performance ratio there!
    
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Nice,but I really want a A8,but the A6 may be able to run turbo more often,and the hybrid Crossfire is awesome though the drivers are probably buggy.
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I want llano ultra-portable lappies!!!
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is it safe to say that AMD is back with these fusion chips?
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I'm just hoping their APUs won't bottleneck their new dedicated graphics. All that for ~600 is a great deal though, as long as it performs just as well/if not better than their Phenom X4s.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by jprovido;13865988 
is it safe to say that AMD is back with these fusion chips?

In the OEM market, most definitely. Intel stand very little chance here I believe, Sandy Bridge may have the CPU edge, but fortunately in this day and age that is not what is most important.
    
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Originally Posted by MrAlex;13866024 
In the OEM market, most definitely. Intel stand very little chance here I believe, Sandy Bridge may have the CPU edge, but fortunately in this day and age that is not what is most important.

agree. I've been meaning to get a cheap E-350 lappie for myself. I can't believe the price:performance. I've used an E-350 netbook from a friend and I was really impressed about the performance esp. in games. it felt fast too while running windows 7. I wonder how much Llano will cost here in my country. Hopefully it's not that expensive. I've seen E-350's selling here for as low as 390USD.
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I want a laptop with an A8, and that's it. I'll put an SSD in, and will play games errywhere.
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