The company is determined to make Temash-based devices as good as they can be
Advanced Micro Devices has just launched the Jaguar processor technology for tablet and low-end laptops, but it is still looking forward to Temash accelerated processing units.Set for a June release, the APU will be used in tablets, both convertible and otherwise.
It is the former type of mobile electronics devices that the Sunnyvale, California-based company means to pay special attention to.
Long story short, AMD has come up with the Turbo Dock technology, which boosts the performance of the APU when the dock is connected and the hybrid PC is being used for complex tasks like content creation, playing DirectX 11 games, etc.
Demos of the technology should be held both at the Mobile World Congress (MWC 2013, Barcelona, Spain, February 25-28) and during Computex 2013 and other events planned for summer.