AMD Officially Launches the Athlon Neo

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Shalbatana

 I think they are not only on to something, they're up to something.

 

They say this is where they're targeting now, but there's more to this than surface water.

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QuadraQ

I think there's a lot people that would like something simple, thin and light - while at the same time not so small and underpowered you can't do some gaming.

 I'd love a cheap ultraportable I could play Civ IV on!

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SANMANx

I think they are on to something as well...Only if they stay priced right. Not sure they will work out if they are more then $550-600. If these launch and stay sub $500. I will totally wait for these over a netty. We'll just call these Neo's

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ankaizes

Depending on how they price these ultra-portables they maybe on to something.

I dont like netbooks because they are too small and underpowered and has been looking for something in between. A 12 incher that is more capable... however the notebooks available at these segement are usually pretty expensive.

So this maybe a good sign, but will really depend on how they price it.

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teh 1337 haxxor

I have to agree with you. The 12 inch screen seems like a great size. Still quite small and portable, but also capable of higher resolutions.

I would say it also depends on different features. I would like to see 802.11n, and bluetooth available, with at least 3 or 4 hours of battery life, and discrete graphics for 700-800 dollars.

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