AMD held a launch of their A-Series APU (in Malaysia) just yesterday, 16th August at The Boulevard Hotel, Mid Valley City.
For those who are unclear – the APU isn’t something the enthusiasts would look at, AMD has the Phenoms to cater to them. The APU is suitable for the casual users and also users who actively create content, such as video editing.
Sure, there are the AMD Phenom X6 and Intel Core i5 / i7 out there but bear in mine the AMD A-series APU quite a fair bit cheaper, does the work very well and supports dual-graphics system as well. Desktops aside, the A-Series APU is also available in the mobile computing arena, with brands like Asus, MSI, Acer and many others beginning to incorporate it to bring better user experience.
More details about AMD Vision at AMD website.
For those who are interested (or have missed it) – the goldfries.com AMD A8-3850 APU review is here. And if you already have an AMD A series APU and have not a graphic card yet, be sure to visit our Facebook Page as the Sapphire HD 6670 1GB GDDR5 Graphic Card is now open for bidding.