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Old May 9, 2012, 09:19 AM   #1
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To me, these are more useful then Pads. Are these using E450s?
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Old May 9, 2012, 02:42 PM   #3
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No, these are using the new A-series APU's with Trinity chips. These are competitors to Ivy Bridge based Ultrabooks.
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Cool! Going to get one for review?
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Doubt it. Trying to, though.
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AMD Blog about Trinity

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As a fan of PC gaming, I am constantly amazed by how gorgeous and advanced today’s top titles have become. As games become more visually stunning, most gamers believe that in order to play the latest top titles, you either need a desktop system running discrete AMD Radeon™ graphics or a hulking notebook with short battery life.

With our upcoming launch of “Trinity” (now shipping!), we are excited to report that, in addition to an outstanding multimedia experience delivered by the AMD HD Media Accelerator, users can finally game on an ultrathin-and-light notebook with great battery life. We don’t just mean play any old game at minimal-quality settings, either—you can play today’s hottest new titles, like Battlefield 3 from DICE and DiRT Showdown from Codemasters, in stunning high definition. “Trinity” powers a brilliant gaming experience, with an increase in graphics performance of up to 70% over the competition, thanks to the latest AMD Radeon graphics technology.[i] Suffice it to say, our partners at Codemasters are excited for “Trinity” as well!

“Graphics power today’s entertainment lifestyle and with the AMD A-Series APUs, customers will have a richer visual experience when playing DiRT Showdown,” said Clive Moody, Executive Producer, DiRT Showdown. “The arrival of the Second-Generation AMD A-Series APUs delivers a superior visual quality and outstanding performance with a full panel DirectX 11® gaming experience that’s second to none.”

If you’re like Codemasters and you can’t wait to get your hands on “Trinity” then we highly encourage you to take a look at the new HP ENVY Sleekbook, just announced by HP (pictures below). As thin as 19.8 mm and starting at less than 4 pounds, the new, 15.6” HP ENVY Sleekbook, powered by “Trinity,” delivers an incredible gaming and multimedia experience with outstanding battery life. For more on the HP ENVY Sleekbook, stay tuned to the HP ENVY home page, as the HP ENVY Sleekbook with AMD “Trinity” is expected to be available in the United States on June 20 with an MSRP starting at $599.99 per HP’s recent major announcement.
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