Published on 17th May 2010 by
Originally Posted by GiantStickManNo offence to the author here but this article could have used some proof reading before posting.
Originally Posted by FarfalhoThe problem is Asus went on with the XG Station and no sound of it. Then, by looking at the images, the only company selling laptops with XGP is Fujitsu Siemens and also the XGP box, so you're pretty stuck to one manufacturer and the options aren't that joyful when it comes to gaming.
Nevertheless, a great idea with legs to walk.
Oh and the link at the end of the article needs to be fixed =)
Originally Posted by roadieAMD Turion II Neo K625 in a 13.3", lightweight machine please.
Originally Posted by FarfalhoThe problem is Asus went on with the XG Station and no sound of it.
Originally Posted by EltonI'd hope that the XGP comes to fruition, it would be great having a Crysis capable laptop for much less. Plus the market would be quite big.
God knows I need a gaming laptop like that.
Originally Posted by tank_riderOh look, more amd cpu's and platforms using 5 year old architecture. Come on AMD get some real work done and give intel a real run for it's money!
Originally Posted by Burnout21One area of the market that is massively overlooked is the 3D workstation market in the sense of mobility. Finding a laptop with a workstation grade graphics card is like looking for hens teeth. Yes they exist, but mainly Dell's tbh.
I would love a laptop with affordable workstation graphics, please AMD answer my call!
Where is Jim'll fix it!
Originally Posted by pimonserryQuote:Originally Posted by roadieAMD Turion II Neo K625 in a 13.3", lightweight machine please.
Hopefully with more low-power stuff like this from AMD, the ultraportable market will get bigger .. more choice for me!
Originally Posted by Lockon Stratosgood luck to you but i think your getting your hopes up.
your gonna buy a cheap/mid range laptop & dock it up with one of these XGPs. I think even some of the newer i5 & i7 chips will create bottlenecks anything above a 5830. its still PCI-E 2.0 though which is nice. but I still dont think cheap/mid range laptops will be overly powerful enough to get decent frames. secondly...since this is an AMD thing, who says they will allow other vendors to put the PCI-E 2.0 port on their laptops & also who are you to tell AMD to put their cheaper/mid range laptops if it truely is an AMD exclusive feature. I wouldnt put it past AMD to make it an exclusive feature for AMD as it would bolster & claw in sales.
but obviously its still too early in the game & this is all just speculation.
Originally Posted by rickysioHmm, sounds very interesting!
I'd probably still stick with Intel, though.
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