CTX2012: AMD also has its mini-PC: Livebox
New advances in energy-efficient chips have allowed several manufacturers complete computer platforms fit in a very small, as in the case of products Raspberry Pi , APC VIA and Intel NUC , which had the opportunity to prove ourselves .
But now it’s time for amd to show off their feathers through the Livebox, which brings in her womb bobcat architecture for AMD apu under the model C-60, with two cores on the CPU running at 1GHz scalable to 1.3GHz under load 1MB of L2 cache and 80-core area Radeon GPU, which has support for DirectX 11 API, a total package that has a TDP of 9W.
There is also 1GB of RAM, solid state drive 64GB mass storage, two USB 2.0 ports, one Ethernet and one HDMI, along with a memory card reader, Bluetooth 4.0 and even SIM card slot that allows Internet connectivity 3G mobile.
Interested? We do not know when or how AMD will trade this product that the company says is targeted for use in educational institutions.
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