AT A CONFERENCE CALL last week, AMD executives said the firm was expected to introduce a notebook CPU this quarter that would fit into the now popular "thin and light" category.

AMD is, we understand, working on a low powered Athlon which only uses around 10 to 15 watts, and the rumour mill has it that it is already selling this chip in the Far East, in particular Japan in limited quantities so far.


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