For those who need the confirmation, Advanced Micro Devices has announced its participation at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show.Contrary to previous participations though, the company will not be so focused on desktop PCs and the DIY (do-it-yourself) PC market.
Instead, it will reveal high-end gaming notebooks and pieces of hardware designed for mobile devices.
A live webcast of a news conference scheduled for January 7 will be broadcast over the Internet about a day after the conclusion of the event. That means January 8, the first day of CES.
AMD will likely reveal some devices powered by the Z-60 APU, as well as Radeon HD 8000 GPUs. New A-Series and FX accelerated/central processing units are a given as well.
Basically, this CES will help us get an idea whether Advanced Micro Devices will do well enough on the mobile PC and consumer electronics market to give Intel cause for concern.