20 Coolest Products From CES 2011

AMD Fusion

The era of parallel computing, or CPU-GPU integration, began in earnest in Las Vegas, and AMD led the way with the unveiling of its Fusion processors, which integrate AMD's CPU technology with its Radeon 6800 series graphics capabilities. The chip maker's accelerated processor units, or APUs, include the low-power 1.6-GHz dual-core E Series for laptops and small desktopsd and the 1 GHZ dual-core C Series for netbooks and possibly tablets. Fusion chips were featured in a number of laptops from at the show from manufacturers such as Toshiba and HP.

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