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Has there been any news on these things? It seems like they disappeared after CES
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There were actually 3 shown of in Computex (Gigabyte, MSI and Quanta although Quanta's design was of course just a prototype since they're an ODM) at least one of which (MSi) was supposed to be fanless but sadly no word that I've seen since then. It may be that AMD is having trouble delivering the A4-1200 in necessary quantities or the power usage isn't what was promised. Some companies have used the high powered Temash in sleekbooks (or whatever you want to call them) and their power usage, particularly screen off idle power has been concerning although whether that is poor design on the OEM I think is hard to say. Of course even when AMD has decent products which may be better for a fair number of users, they're often rarely used and hard to find so it's hard to say. The sad thing is Intel is promising fanless Haswell tablets by the end of the year so if they don't come soon they're likely to get even less interest. Perhaps they're keeping them for their Windows 8.1 launch products in which case I guess we'll at least see the end September/beginning of October. Then again, the Vizio, a Hondo tablet only launched recently (although the Fujitsu Q572 has been around for a while I believe).
Edited by Nil Einne - 8/8/13 at 9:55am
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