Zeus_Hunt Posted June 6, 2007 Share Posted June 6, 2007 Yes, you've read it right and there's no mistake in the statement either. AMD has completely lost the war with INTEL CPUs and it seems that they have also lost their brains on the way to complete defeat. When I saw this news I was on my way of turning off the PC and go home. And everything would have remained as plain as ever in AMD's land. But I had the idea of opening my browser.I have to admit that this is by far the best news I've seen in the hardware world for a very long time. Not even the launch of Agena core or the 2900XT series with GDDR4 can beat this. Because it seems that AMD's webmasters have completely lost it. And now, directly from AMD's website you can buy an Asus laptop with a mobile Core 2 Duo CPU inside it.At first the picture seems right. Even the first lines of text sound just right: "ASUS A8Jr Notebook and ATI Mobility Radeon X2300 graphics give you incredible visual experience for mobile entertainment. The slim and lightweight A8Jr, based on Intel’s Core2 Duo processor, is the world’s first notebook series to utilize ATI’s Mobility Radeon™ X2300 GPU for stunning and crisp graphics".So what more can you say? Perhaps I'd better check the Ati section and see if they have the latest 8800 Ultra Nvidia cards for sale. Who knows, maybe they even sell them for less than other retailers. Because that's what AMD has become. A retailer. A CPU, chipset and video card producer, but in the end, a very large retailer.I don't know whether that should make me laugh or not but I'm laughing anyway. On the other hand this is probably the end of the world as we know it. I just hope that when I return on Monday things will be back to normal and AMD's index page will be back to normal. Because if this picture is still there, AMD's fans will be a lot more pissed off than they are now. And that can't be good for business. View: Original Post Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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