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Computex 2012: AMD E-series APU
Photo: Company [Jun 8, 2012]

AMD has announced the launch of its latest AMD E-series accelerated processing unit (APU) platform. Designed for notebook and desktop PCs which meet basic performance needs, the 2012 AMD E-series APU enables long battery life and high-definition (HD) entertainment.

Formerly codenamed Brazos 2.0, the 2012 AMD E-series APU is an update to the AMD notebook processor platform.

Systems based on the 2012 AMD E-series APU can deliver up to 11 hours of resting battery life and up to 90 minute in Web browsing and online flash gaming, the vendor said.

The platform also provides enhanced video experience with technology to help remove shakes and jitters from online or other video files through AMD Steady Video technology, which has plug-in support for all major Web browsers along with Windows Media Player and the open source VLC player, AMD said.

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