Acer’s Windows Tablet - Sport AMD Ontario Chip

Friday, November 26, 2010

Acer has stated that its upcoming Windows 7 Tablet would use a "new generation" of AMD chips. While Acer did not provide additional details on DigiTimes intrepid people think they have discovered some more information on the chip.

This should be a great innovative this incoming Cyber Monday, digtimes sources said, the tablet uses a dual-core Acer APU AMD Radeon HD 6250 Ontario integrated graphics. Ontario's chip will be one of the first fusion chips that combine AMD's new graphics and features in a single processor chip. This particular chip, code-named C-50 reports, use about 9 W of power.

Sport AMD Ontario Chip. Acer tablet will have a 10.1-inch screen, front and rear-facing 1.3 megapixel camera, WiFi, 3G, and a docking station with a keyboard that lets you use the tablet as a laptop. It is due out in February.

Acer’s Windows Tablet - Sport AMD Ontario Chip

The company also plans to introduce 7-inch and 10 tablets based on ARM processors and Google's Android operating system. To be ready for launch in April.


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