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The AMD e350 APU is the competition for Atom + ION. The AMD wins most cases and sometimes the nVidia ION is slightly faster as it is a stronger GPU than the 6310.
If you factor in cost and battery life, AMD is the clear winner!
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I'm excited to see what fusion becomes over its lifespan. I bought a HP DM1Z last month when they came out. I paid right around $400 shipped. For netbook price and form factor, it has none of the crappy performance associated with them. It's snappy and responsive, and as far as video it's always smooth and plays anything I throw at it. Even handles flash games, though not nearly as well as most midrange laptops. A fair trade for 6-7 hour battery life? It even plays older games like HL2 at reasonable settings with 30-40fps.

Perhaps the best part is I can leave it on constantly:
Kill-a-watt says it pulls ~15 watts at idle (screen on) and ~55 at full load.
I'm currently typing this on the same notebook (e-350/6310 APU from hp dm1z pavilion) and I gotta say I love it. I just got it on Friday direct from hp for $400.99 after all was said and done. The only thing it can't handle is 1080p streaming playback fullscreen on youtube using flash. html5 worked fine fullscreen though. Even so, it's pointless to play that stuff above 720, when the screen is only 1366x768. It won't run crysis, but plays tf2/l4d2 and stuff like that just fine when you drop some of the settings.

AMD has got something going for it with these APUs.
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This looks pretty awesome, if bulldozer performs in the same way against sandy bridge then intel is in deep trouble. Better performing per clock, lower power requirement.
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What does this have to do with Nvidia? lol
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Compared to integrated GPU? Uhh
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This looks pretty awesome, if bulldozer performs in the same way against sandy bridge then intel is in deep trouble. Better performing per clock, lower power requirement.
Temporarily yes but by the time this is on the market I'm sure Intel will have something being tested. It looks great but I will wait for more information and some actual reviews.
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Unless that AMD 6620M GPU is on the processor, I'm gonna call BS as the HD3000 is on the die. If it IS on the chip, props to AMD for claiming performance/watt domination in the notebook market.
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True that. IIRC, isn't Llano supposed to be just the Phenom II architecture with the integrated GPU? If so, since when did the Phenom II architecture hold up against SB? Is it mostly the GPU doing the work then? I don't recall much changes to the CPU itself...
It's not Phenom II architecture. It's based on the Athlon II x2 and x4's albeit they are merely the Phenom II's w/o l3 cache.

and the GPU is based on the current HD 5650.

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But maybe you forgot Intel has already brought an APU to the market way before AMD and we are still waiting.... Of course future products are going to be better and who says Intel won't come out with something better in that time to compete with AMDs offering. Anyhow this video is also made by AMD so its likely going to be baised.
That's is wrong. First off, Intel never brought an APU on the table, or anything revolutionary like it. Sandy bridge's integrated core compares more to existing integrated graphics functions completely different from APU's, and intel's integrated graphics were nothing to brag about in the first place. Second they did release Sandy Bridge a couple months, but less than a cycle before AMD released Ontario and Zacate. They're completely different markets anyway.

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Compared to integrated GPU? Uhh
Maybe take price and wattage and efficiency into account? You could slap any dedicated gpu onto your laptop if you gots the money and don't mind the lower battery life. But what fusion brings to the table is decent CPU power, decent GPU power and hopefully decent battery life.
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What does this have to do with Nvidia? lol
basically if AMD has huge growth in GPU market share,it will come from the embedded market,which is alot larger than the enthusiast market.That means that everyone else will lose market share.That won't bother Intel all that much,but nVidia would surely take a hit,no?I have also read there has been similar views on Wall Street.
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But maybe you forgot Intel has already brought an APU to the market way before AMD and we are still waiting.... Of course future products are going to be better and who says Intel won't come out with something better in that time to compete with AMDs offering. Anyhow this video is also made by AMD so its likely going to be baised.
But the APU Intel has is made by Intel and based on Intel graphics.
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