There are a lot of new innovations and future endeavors tech companies have at hand which are announced at the Computex 2015 held in Taipie and one of it is AMD’s Carrizo APU which is according to the company is the world’s first high-performance Accelerated Processing Unit in a System-on-Chip design that redefines the notebook processor, delivering up to 2x the battery life than before and 2x the gaming performance of competing platforms.
THE 6TH GENERATION
AMD’s 6th generation A-Series Processor, the world’s first high-performance Accelerated Processing Unit (APU) in a System-on-Chip (SoC) design at Computex Taipei paved its way for its official arrival as the company already announces it.
What makes this latest generation of APU advantageous is that it boast an extensive AMD processor and graphics IP enabling exceptional computing which is only applicable now. Carrizo was the previous code of this latest APU. As claimed by the company this is the most versatile notebook processor ever produced, built to excel at today’s and tomorrow’s consumer and business applications, delivering premium streaming entertainment, unmatched smooth online gaming, and innovative computing experiences, with all day unplugged performance.
THE COMPANY SAYS
Matt Skynner, corporate VP and general manager, Products at AMD said that, “The notebook remains the ideal, versatile, connected hub in people’s lives – the one device that does it all and does it well, and today’s consumer shouldn’t have to pay a premium to enjoy high quality streaming video, superior online gaming, and powerful content management as mainstays of today’s computing experience.”
Furthermore, according to Skynner, “That changes today with the 6th Generation AMD A-Series Processor, designed to deliver exceptional experiences never before seen in a mainstream notebook, truly making innovation available to everyone. Our partners have plans to introduce our 6th-generation APU in many of today’s most innovative notebook platforms, demonstrating the full potential of the APU’s capabilities.”