AMD Turion 64 Mobile Technology Is A Fierce Contender For Mobile Gaming

Aug 22, 2005

AMD revved up the performance of AMD Turion™ 64 mobile technology with the introduction of two new models, MT-40 and MT-37. These new additions to AMD’s popular 64-bit mobile processor family are expected to be available in new ENVY Featherweight and ENVY Middleweight notebook computers from VoodooPC.

By adding AMD Turion 64 mobile technology to their product portfolio, VoodooPC can now bring award-winning AMD64 performance to thinner and lighter notebooks. AMD’s mobile technology not only helps PC buyers experience 64-bit computing, but it also enables extended battery life, enhanced security, and compatibility with the latest graphics and wireless solutions.

“Featuring ultra-thin personalized designs, the ENVY Middleweight a:538 and ENVY Featherweight a:228 are two of our sexiest gaming notebooks,” said Rahul Sood, president and chief technology officer of VoodooPC. “The match-up of our exclusive design capability and AMD’s latest 64-bit mobile technology gives us an edge to deliver highly mobile gaming performance, quiet operation and ultimate style.”

“The AMD Turion 64 mobile technology platform packs a powerful punch in these new gaming notebooks from VoodooPC,” said Chris Cloran, mobile division director, AMD’s Microprocessor Solutions Sector. “The 64-bit performance and open platform architecture enabled by AMD64 technology helps Voodoo build a champion system that puts the competition on the ropes.”

The first notebooks based on the latest AMD Turion 64 mobile technology MT-40 and MT-37 can be ordered now from VoodooPC’s web site, and they are expected to be available for delivery soon throughout North America.

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