Toshiba to ship AMD-based notebooks

"AMD announced that Toshiba will launch three Satellite notebook PCs based on an AMD mobile platform."

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Toshiba to ship AMD-based notebooks

AMD announced that Toshiba will launch three Satellite notebook PCs based on an AMD mobile platform. The systems will feature the AMD Turion 64 X2 dual-core mobile technology and the AMD M690 series chipset and are expected to start shipping the new consumer notebooks in time for the back-to-school season. Toshiba plans to first launch the AMD-based notebooks in the United States and Europe. Toshiba is the latest notebook OEM to begin using AMD CPUs in its systems. Long time Intel-only OEM Dell began shipping AMD-based notebooks in the fourth quarter of last year.

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28-05-2007, 13:18:18

I was watching some of the ads on Apple's site ad this happened:


Hands up who thinks Vista likes Apple? :p

28-05-2007, 13:24:56

ROFL, nice one Matt.

28-05-2007, 13:43:49

See even Kemp can't stay away from checking out the pimptastic Apple compies :D Apples truely down pwnnnnndizzle fo shizzle my nizzles!

28-05-2007, 13:44:32

I like Apple laptops tbh, just can't afford one and have a Dell I got on a pimptastic deal ;)

28-05-2007, 14:20:45

when i try that on vista, dispite having quicktime installed it wont let me view them


29-05-2007, 17:45:46

quicktime always screwed up for me in vista :(
even a little in xp if i'm honest so i tend to just use my MBP to watch the ads now :)

29-05-2007, 18:08:56

I`m not sure if this is promotable on here (delete if it`s necessary) - but try that quicktime-alternative codec, and see if that works.

If it does I`d lmao.

hehe the conspirists would have a field-day with this.

29-05-2007, 18:27:06

Aye quicktime alternative is an open-source and pretty light alternative to quicktime :)

30-05-2007, 03:01:42

/me hates quicktime and realplayer for that matter. Alternaitives are good!

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