February 22, 2018

AMD announces Temash, Kabini, Richland, and Kaveri APUs at CES 2013 (video)

AMD announces Temash, Kabini, Richland, and Kaveri APUs at CES 2013 video

AMD’s press event here in Vegas just wrapped up, and if there’s a single acronym to describe everything that we witnessed, it’s this: APU. The two highlights were codenamed Temash and Kabini, two products that the company is touting as its first true system-on-chip APUs. In fact, each of ’em will launch as the “industry’s first quad-core x86 SoCs” in the first half of 2013. It also took the wraps off of Richland, an APU that’s presently shipping to OEMs and promises to deliver “more than 20 percent to up to 40 percent over the previous generation of AMD A-Series APUs.”

The outfit will be bundling Richland will new software for consumers such as eyeSight-enabled gesture and facial-recognition, while the follow-on will be the 28nm APU codenamed “Kaveri” — a device that should ship to customers during the second half of 2013. We’re also told that AMD’s newest silicon will be used in various HP Sleekbooks and Vizio’s 11.6-inch APU-powered tablet, two Vizio ultrathin laptops, and a 24-inch AIO desktop. Hungry for more? The full release is after the break.

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