AMD Trinity A10-4600M Processor Review

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AMD Trinity Whitebook Showcase

We thought it made sense to give you a quick look at the demonstration vehicle AMD chose to showcase their new APU technology.  It's a pretty standard 14-inch build, nothing super sleek or thin but setup to bring out all of the features of the new 2nd Generation A-series processors.
AMD's Trinity Prototype - We left the skins on and didn't tear it down, yet.  There's still time.


AMD was quick to point out that this notebook was built for AMD by an ODM and it would not be available as a retail product.  However, you'll note here that the machine sports a pair of USB 3.0 ports, which are native to the A-series chipset platform, an HDMI port, VGA, eSATA, standard USB, a Flash card reader, a Blu-ray player and a Gigabit Ethernet port. 

Beyond these IO options in our Trinity prototype notebook, the new 2nd Generation A-series architecture also supports DisplayPort 1.2 and AMD Eyefinity technology with up to 4 independent displays and 4 independent 7.1 channel surround sound audio streams over HDMI or DP.

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