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keeperoftheq 9 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 29, 2013 3:53 PM Member since: Dec 20, 2012
  • keeperoftheq keeperoftheq Apr 29, 2013 3:53 PM Flag

    This isgoodfor AMD, Microsoft and the game developers. Everyone wins.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • keeperoftheq keeperoftheq Apr 29, 2013 3:52 PM Flag

    The game consoles will make far more money than nvidia ever Dixon the PS3.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    yourbestfriendintheworld caught in ANOTHER LIE.

    by cueless_q159 Mar 31, 2013 10:50 AM
    keeperoftheq keeperoftheq Apr 29, 2013 3:48 PM Flag

    Keeping huskies exposed. What #$%$ ybf is.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • keeperoftheq keeperoftheq Apr 29, 2013 3:46 PM Flag

    Looking forward to it.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Annalysts recommendation are much better

    by proud_uv_q Mar 31, 2013 10:23 AM
    keeperoftheq keeperoftheq Apr 29, 2013 2:01 PM Flag

    proud_uv_q • Mar 31, 2013 10:23 AM Flag
    89users liked this postsusers disliked this posts0Reply
    Annalysts recommendation are much better
    2 Strong buy
    3 Buy
    20 Hold
    4 underperform
    ZERO Sell

    Better than last month.

    This is a big change from just 6 months ago where AMD has several sell recommendations.

    Analysts know AMD is getting healthier and will be showing a profit in Q 3. The closer we get to Q3, the more upgrades we will see

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • (((CES should be interesting next month)))

    Rumor has it that Microsoft is currently working on the Surface RT and Surface Pro sequels along with a Surface "Book" form factor.

    According to the source, Microsoft's sequel to the ARM-based Surface RT tablet will sport an 8.9-inch display and a Qualcomm SoC instead of Nvidia's Tegra chip. Meanwhile, the Surface Pro, which doesn't even go on sale until January, will be upgraded to an 11.6-inch display. Instead of using the Intel Core i5 CPU, it will instead feature the upcoming AMD "Temash" APU.

    But what of the Surface Pro successor? Microsoft may be aiming to use an AMD APU in order to keep the cost from skyrocketing after upgrading the screen to 11.6-inches. Neowin points out that Temash is the successor to AMD's current Hondo range of tablet-specific APUs, but the latter Hondo chips have only just started to saturate the market. That said, it may be a while before the Temash APUs will be ready for production. Even more, using an AMD APU would seemingly disrupt Microsoft's "Wintel" relationship with Intel.

    Both the Intel Haswell and the AMD Temash aren't e (((Microsoft & upcoming AMD "Temash APU)))

    Rumor has it that Microsoft is currently working on the Surface RT and Surface Pro sequels along with a Surface "Book" form factor.

    According to the source, Microsoft's sequel to the ARM-based Surface RT tablet will sport an 8.9-inch display and a Qualcomm SoC instead of Nvidia's Tegra chip. Meanwhile, the Surface Pro, which doesn't even go on sale until January, will be upgraded to an 11.6-inch display. Instead of using the Intel Core i5 CPU, it will instead feature the upcoming AMD "Temash" APU.

    But what of the Surface Pro successor? Microsoft may be aiming to use an AMD APU in order to keep the cost from skyrocketing after upgrading the screen to 11.6-inches. Neowin points out that Temash is the successor to AMD's current Hondo range of tablet-specific APUs, but the latter Hondo chips have only just started to saturate the market. That said, it may be a while before the Temash APUs will be ready for production. Even more, using an AMD APU would seemingly disrupt Microsoft's "Wintel" relationship with Intel.

    Both the Intel Haswell and the AMD Temash aren't expected to be ready for mass production until mid-2013. Consumers likely won't see final products until this time next year, staying in tune with Apple's own yearly release schedule with its iPad and other iOS gadgets. Heck for all we know, Microsoft may be gearing up for one huge Windows 8 release in 3Q13 including Surface RT 2, Surface Pro 2, Surface Book, Xbox Infinity (with Kinect 2), and the Foxconn-manufactured Surface smartphone, all sporting the next build of Windows 8 or Windows RT, depending on the processor.xpected to be ready for mass production until mid-2013. Consumers likely won't see final products until this time next year, staying in tune with Apple's own yearly release schedule with its iPad and other iOS gadgets. Heck for all we know, Microsoft may be gearing up for one huge Windows 8 release in 3Q13 including Surface RT 2, Surface Pro 2, Surface Book, Xbox Infinity (with Kinect 2), and the Foxconn-manufactured Surface smartphone, all sporting the next build of Windows 8 or Windows RT, depending on the processor.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • (((CES should be interesting next month)))

    Rumor has it that Microsoft is currently working on the Surface RT and Surface Pro sequels along with a Surface "Book" form factor.

    According to the source, Microsoft's sequel to the ARM-based Surface RT tablet will sport an 8.9-inch display and a Qualcomm SoC instead of Nvidia's Tegra chip. Meanwhile, the Surface Pro, which doesn't even go on sale until January, will be upgraded to an 11.6-inch display. Instead of using the Intel Core i5 CPU, it will instead feature the upcoming AMD "Temash" APU.

    But what of the Surface Pro successor? Microsoft may be aiming to use an AMD APU in order to keep the cost from skyrocketing after upgrading the screen to 11.6-inches. Neowin points out that Temash is the successor to AMD's current Hondo range of tablet-specific APUs, but the latter Hondo chips have only just started to saturate the market. That said, it may be a while before the Temash APUs will be ready for production. Even more, using an AMD APU would seemingly disrupt Microsoft's "Wintel" relationship with Intel.

    Both the Intel Haswell and the AMD Temash aren't e (((Microsoft & upcoming AMD "Temash APU)))

    Rumor has it that Microsoft is currently working on the Surface RT and Surface Pro sequels along with a Surface "Book" form factor.

    According to the source, Microsoft's sequel to the ARM-based Surface RT tablet will sport an 8.9-inch display and a Qualcomm SoC instead of Nvidia's Tegra chip. Meanwhile, the Surface Pro, which doesn't even go on sale until January, will be upgraded to an 11.6-inch display. Instead of using the Intel Core i5 CPU, it will instead feature the upcoming AMD "Temash" APU.

    But what of the Surface Pro successor? Microsoft may be aiming to use an AMD APU in order to keep the cost from skyrocketing after upgrading the screen to 11.6-inches. Neowin points out that Temash is the successor to AMD's current Hondo range of tablet-specific APUs, but the latter Hondo chips have only just started to saturate the market. That said, it may be a while before the Temash APUs will be ready for production. Even more, using an AMD APU would seemingly disrupt Microsoft's "Wintel" relationship with Intel.

    Both the Intel Haswell and the AMD Temash aren't expected to be ready for mass production until mid-2013. Consumers likely won't see final products until this time next year, staying in tune with Apple's own yearly release schedule with its iPad and other iOS gadgets. Heck for all we know, Microsoft may be gearing up for one huge Windows 8 release in 3Q13 including Surface RT 2, Surface Pro 2, Surface Book, Xbox Infinity (with Kinect 2), and the Foxconn-manufactured Surface smartphone, all sporting the next build of Windows 8 or Windows RT, depending on the processor.xpected to be ready for mass production until mid-2013. Consumers likely won't see final products until this time next year, staying in tune with Apple's own yearly release schedule with its iPad and other iOS gadgets. Heck for all we know, Microsoft may be gearing up for one huge Windows 8 release in 3Q13 including Surface RT 2, Surface Pro 2, Surface Book, Xbox Infinity (with Kinect 2), and the Foxconn-manufactured Surface smartphone, all sporting the next build of Windows 8 or Windows RT, depending on the processor.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • After a bit of a slow start in the tablet space it appear that chip maker AMD is steeping up their game when it comes to Windows 8 tablets against rivals Intel and ARM, and will apparently be announcing somewhere between six to nineteen slates sporting the Z-60 Hondo chip.


    According to an article over on PC World, the director of marketing for AMD, John Taylor has said that these new Windows 8 tablets with the Hondo chip are to be announced in January possibly during CES 2013 in Las Vegas, whilst AMD is also looking forward to the new tablet chips called Tamesh and Kabini that feature next generation graphics cores and between two and four CPU cores.

    The Fujitsu Stylistic Q572 is currently the only Windows 8 slate that sports the dual core Z-60 Hondo chip, which is a 10.1-inch tablet featuring a removable battery, two camera, and weighs more than many Windows 8 slates coming in at 748 grams and commands a price tag of 90,800 yen, which is roughly 1136 US bucks.

    Those new Tamesh and Kabini chip will be released sometime in 2013, and are said to bring better battery life and performance to tablets, whilst the Hondo chip is based on the firms old chip roadmap, whilst the new chips next year will have the more power efficient and speedier Jaguar CPU core that is par of AMD’s new roadmap.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • After a bit of a slow start in the tablet space it appear that chip maker AMD is steeping up their game when it comes to Windows 8 tablets against rivals Intel and ARM, and will apparently be announcing somewhere between six to nineteen slates sporting the Z-60 Hondo chip.


    According to an article over on PC World, the director of marketing for AMD, John Taylor has said that these new Windows 8 tablets with the Hondo chip are to be announced in January possibly during CES 2013 in Las Vegas, whilst AMD is also looking forward to the new tablet chips called Tamesh and Kabini that feature next generation graphics cores and between two and four CPU cores.

    The Fujitsu Stylistic Q572 is currently the only Windows 8 slate that sports the dual core Z-60 Hondo chip, which is a 10.1-inch tablet featuring a removable battery, two camera, and weighs more than many Windows 8 slates coming in at 748 grams and commands a price tag of 90,800 yen, which is roughly 1136 US bucks.

    Those new Tamesh and Kabini chip will be released sometime in 2013, and are said to bring better battery life and performance to tablets, whilst the Hondo chip is based on the firms old chip roadmap, whilst the new chips next year will have the more power efficient and speedier Jaguar CPU core that is par of AMD’s new roadmap.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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