Taiwanese company produces first tablet with AMD Mullins-apu




The Taiwanese company BungBungame appears to be the first manufacturer to launch a tablet with an AMD APU Mullins-releases. Are The SOC is in the Photon 2 tablet BungBungame. AMD announced the economical A10 Micro-6700T-apu end of April this year.

BungBungame brings the tablet this year, at least in Japan, reports PC Watch Impress. Or follow other countries is unknown. It is a 10.1 “tablet with resolution of 1920×1200 pixels. The processor is the A10 Micro-6700T-quad-core with a clock speed of 2.2GHz and 128 Radeon Graphics Core Next cores. AMD demonstrated early this year Fifa 14 that the chip can run at full HD resolution.

There is also 4GB DDR3L memory which is expandable via memory cards. And 64GB storage memory, There is also micro USB, micro HDMI, and support for NFC, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.0 LE ac present. The Photon 2 weighs 580 grams and has dimensions of 261.4 × 182.2 × 10,3mm. The tablet runs Windows 8.1.

AMD announced the end of April Mullins-apu’s on. The chip designer is able to cut back consumption compared to previous generations and could be tablets with the chips passively cooled. With a TDP of 4.5W The APUs are built as soc, so virtually all the functionality – CPU and GPU cores to USB controllers – are in one chip. AMD is trying to get to the ground in the tablet market, which is dominated by ARM socs. Like Intel feet Where Intel market share gains by encouraging many manufacturers to produce products with Atom socs succeeds AMD still not succeed.


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