The idea of flooding the market with affordable ultra-thin and -light notebooks dubbed ultrabooks is undoubtedly Intel’s brainchild. The world’s leading chip maker has even set up a $300 million fund to impart some initial impetus to the whole concept. Given its efforts, it has to be said that Intel deserves first dibs on ultrabooks. However, AMD is unlikely to watch from the sidelines for too long.
The latest leaked slides making the rounds in cyberspace provide previously unreported details on AMD's next generation Deccan platform intended for netbooks, tablets, and other low power devices. Deccan is the followup to Brazos and is based on AMD's Krishna and Wichita APUs. Confused by all the condenames? Let's break 'em down.