Itching for the details of AMD’s latest Accelerated Processing Units (APUs)? Then get ready to scratch: Trinity has arrived and, as of today, it’s ready to start powering the next generation of low-power ultra-portables, laptops and desktops that, erm, don’t run Intel. The new architecture boasts up to double the performance-per-watt of last year’s immensely popular Llano APUs, with improved “discrete-class” integrated graphics and without added to the burden on battery life. How is that possible? By how much will Trinity-equipped devices beat Intel on price? And will it play Crysis: Warhead? Read on to find out.
Gallery: AMD reveals Trinity APU
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