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    News - Acer shows off 2010 line of AMD-powered notebooks

    Aspire One HD netbooks and a bevy of mainstream notebooks en route with new AMD processors.
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    Re: News - Acer shows off 2010 line of AMD-powered notebooks

    The fact that they arent releasing battery life or price looks bad to start with.
    Then note it says DDR3, you know there not gonna be cheap.

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    Re: News - Acer shows off 2010 line of AMD-powered notebooks

    Also DDR3 in a laptop seems a little overkill, it doesnt provide much real world performance gains in Desktops, in a laptop it would probably be even less significant. One of those things to lure more unsuspecting customers in.

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    Re: News - Acer shows off 2010 line of AMD-powered notebooks

    Quote Originally Posted by jasjeet View Post
    Also DDR3 in a laptop seems a little overkill, it doesnt provide much real world performance gains in Desktops, in a laptop it would probably be even less significant. One of those things to lure more unsuspecting customers in.
    DDR3 does consume less power though, so should help battery life.

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