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I tend to think the same, but people just keep buying and praising android devices...An x86 tablet or even phone, with good battery life would wipe the floor with an android/iOs cut down Os at least for me and my needs. It would eliminate the need for a netbook or something similar.
post #42 of 50
Actually the GPUlooks nice, and it can run Windows 8 which is going to be widely used later.
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I used a Samsung Tablet with windows 8 on it - The one with the Core i5 inside -
Everyone in the tech demo who had an iPad wished they could trade it in and could obtain on of those tablets and the people such as myself who didn't have a tablet or any such device wanted to get one of them...
If people start using Windows 8 as a tablet, it will fly.... It seems such a fantastic tablet OS.... I'm not so certain as use on the actual computers themselves, that bit not so much but those tablets with some graphical power in and I want to be playing Skyrim on my tablet on the go (Plugged in obviously, could you imagine the little bit of battery life you'd get from playing that on high on a tablet) biggrin.gif

Off topic really here - I'm also looking forward to the SmartGlass feature on the tablets as well that can control your xbox from your tablet, something quite small but I don't know, I'm just a bit of a sap when it comes to features like that. tongue.gif
    
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Actually the GPUlooks nice, and it can run Windows 8 which is going to be widely used later.

On tablets maybe, but Win 8 is great for tablets.
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This is a power-optimized, especially binned version of the Z-01, which was released last year, which was itself a power optimized, especially binned version of the C-50. The only news here is the new 4.5w TDP of the Z-60 instead of the 5.9w of the Z-01.

Technically speaking, this is still the same 40nm Bobcat APU, with 2 x86 cores at 1 Ghz and a Radeon HD 6250, VLIW 5, 80 core GPU, clocked at 276 / 275 Mhz.

In other words, this has the same performance as the C-50 (or C-60 if you disable Turbo). The difference I think is that both the Z-01 and the Z-60 support DDR3L in addition to the regular DDR3.

Here is an article on ZDNet about it that says the GPU is a Radeon HD 6250.
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This is a power-optimized, especially binned version of the Z-01, which was released last year, which was itself a power optimized, especially binned version of the C-50. The only news here is the new 4.5w TDP of the Z-60 instead of the 5.9w of the Z-01.
Technically speaking, this is still the same 40nm Bobcat APU, with 2 x86 cores at 1 Ghz and a Radeon HD 6250, VLIW 5, 80 core GPU, clocked at 276 / 275 Mhz.
In other words, this has the same performance as the C-50 (or C-60 if you disable Turbo). The difference I think is that both the Z-01 and the Z-60 support DDR3L in addition to the regular DDR3.
Here is an article on ZDNet about it that says the GPU is a Radeon HD 6250.
how about a power optimized adn binned 28nm PileD Module? how much lower TDP can AMD get ?
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Hmmm, this sounds semi-decent actually, I'd put Linux on one and use it to play games.

http://semiaccurate.com/2012/10/05/amd-to-launch-something-mutated-on-october-9/

No linux doh.gif

http://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2012/10/amds-new-hondo-cpus-arent-quite-a-perfect-fit-for-windows-8-tablets/

That just means no official drivers for it, which is no real biggie as the games I'd be playing on a 1Ghz Bobcat aren't going to notice the difference between open source and proprietary drivers anyway.
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This is a power-optimized, especially binned version of the Z-01, which was released last year, which was itself a power optimized, especially binned version of the C-50. The only news here is the new 4.5w TDP of the Z-60 instead of the 5.9w of the Z-01.
Technically speaking, this is still the same 40nm Bobcat APU, with 2 x86 cores at 1 Ghz and a Radeon HD 6250, VLIW 5, 80 core GPU, clocked at 276 / 275 Mhz.
In other words, this has the same performance as the C-50 (or C-60 if you disable Turbo). The difference I think is that both the Z-01 and the Z-60 support DDR3L in addition to the regular DDR3.
Here is an article on ZDNet about it that says the GPU is a Radeon HD 6250.
how about a power optimized adn binned 28nm PileD Module? how much lower TDP can AMD get ?

Why? Bobcat is their low power architecture, I'd be more interested in the 28nm version launching sometime.
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When/Are AMD moving to module based chip designs for Tablets as well? I thought this would be a segment where the module approach would make a lot of sense. I'm also looking forward to mobile tech pushing multi threading. Smartphones moving to quads is a very fast transition, hope software catches up.

Can't wait to get my hands on one of these to try, though I will be waiting to see what 28nm brings to the table before I buy into an x86 tablet like this.
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Glad to see AMD expanding, hopefully they can dip their fingers into the mobile phone market! thumb.gif
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Finally, a mobile office worth owning.

 

Laptops are great, but really bulky.. Android anything (device or software) is not professional (mostly cheap kiddie stuff),

 

 

PC at home

Surface for mobile business

Nokia 922 for phone

 

All same Operating System, all part of the same ecosystem..

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