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Notebook makers show more AMD CPU-supporting models at Computex 2005
Celia Lin, Taipei; Carrie Yu, DIGITIMES [Wednesday 1 June 2005]

More notebooks using CPUs from Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) are being highlighted at Computex 2005 (May 31-June 4) than last year.

Micro-Star International is featuring its Turion 64-series notebooks while Asustek Computer is also presenting notebooks using AMD CPUs.

In addition, Acer is highlighting its third-generation Ferrari notebook featuring AMD CPUs.

Acer finds the right formula for its AMD notebooks
Photo: Allen Lin, DigiTimes

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