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AMD 'Richland' APU demos face, gesture recognition

3/15/2013 04:01 PM EDT
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Peter Clarke   3/18/2013 1:52:28 PM
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@daleste It has a TDP of 35 watts. I think that stands for thermal design profile and means you have to design for it consuming 35 watts worst case. Not sure how that compares with other notebook processors.

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daleste   3/18/2013 12:50:07 AM
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This processor sounds powerful. How does it compare for power consumption in notebook applications?

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