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Notebooks with highest performance AMD A-Series APUs expected on shelf this month

märts 18, 2013

AMD, APU, laptop

Notebooks with highest performance AMD A-Series APUs expected on shelf this month

New AMD A-Series APU offers mobile PC users innovative experiences, elite graphics performance and greater battery life.



Notebooks on AMD processors

AMD announced the first availability of the AMD Elite A-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs), codenamed «Richland." The new AMD Elite A-Series APUs deliver innovative user experiences like facial log-in and gesture recognition, improved graphics1 and compute performance2 over the previous generation, and enhanced power management capabilities on a single chip.

"The high performance AMD A-Series APU continues to impress with its ability to deliver stunning graphics and immersive experiences with even more battery life. Our engineers have done a superb job of increasing processor performance while decreasing power consumption," said Bernd Lienhard, corporate vice president and general manager of AMD’s Client Business Unit. «With the capabilities built into our 2013 AMD Elite A-Series APUs, including new software for gesture control, facial recognition, rich entertainment and more lifelike gaming, we are delivering an ever richer experience to end users and our customers."

With faster performance1, 2 and improved power management in the same platform architecture as its predecessor, coupled with AMD Radeon™ HD 8000 Series graphics, the 2013 AMD Elite A-Series APUs build on the award-winning history of AMD’s original APU line-up to help users get the most out of their notebooks, whether at work, at home or on-the-go.

Differentiated User Experiences

The new AMD Elite A-Series APUs leverage the power of the combined compute and graphics cores to accelerate a suite of available software experiences that can dramatically expand and enhance the user experience:

  • AMD Face Login3- Uses facial recognition technology and a webcam to allow for quick log-in to Windows and other browser-based websites that require a log-in, like social networking sites and email services; 
  • AMD Gesture Control4 — Tracks a user’s hand gestures and converts them into commands for basic functions on media players, browsers, e-readers and other popular applications leveraging a webcam, advanced image processing and machine-vision algorithms; 
  • AMD Screen Mirror5 — Wirelessly shares content like photos, videos, HD media streams and webpages from a PC or tablet based on a 2013 AMD A-Series APU with any supported TV or display with a DLNA receiver, or with other PCs. Available only on select AMD-based devices; 
  • AMD Video Entertainment Features — Make your content look its very best: AMD Steady Video technology6 gives users push-button control over shaky home video and helps stabilize the images for better viewing;
  • AMD Quick Stream technology7 enables smooth video streaming and a virtually interruption free streaming experience; and AMD Perfect Picture HD8, creates rich and lifelike color on video entertainment.
  • This optimized-for-AMD software will come pre-loaded on select AMD Elite A-Series APU-based notebooks later this year and will be downloadable from www.amd.com next month.

Next Level Performance

Through engineering optimizations on the previous generation of the AMD A-Series APU platform architecture (formerly codenamed «Trinity») and updated graphics, the 2013 AMD Elite A-Series APUs feature significant performance increases1, 2, along with support for high-end technologies:

  • Visual and compute performance increases over the previous generation of AMD A-Series APUs1, 2; 
  • AMD Start Now Technology9 for tablet-like responsiveness; 
  • Improved AMD Turbo CORE technology with higher boost frequencies than the previous generation, for more performance when you need it and energy conservation when you don’t; 
  • Support for AMD Eyefinity technology10, AMD Radeon™ dual graphics11, and DirectX® 11.

Enhanced Power Management

AMD continues a power/performance leadership through the latest generation of power management technologies. These boosting and throttling technologies enable more intelligent, higher compute and graphics core performance to help enhance PC responsiveness and extend battery life. Building on the idea of AMD AllDay™ Power, the 2013 AMD Elite A-Series Platform enables up to 7.9 hours of web browsing, 5.7 hours of HD video playback and up to 10 hours of resting battery life on a 55 watt/hour battery12, 13, 14.

Availability and Technical Details

Performance and traditional notebooks based on these 2013 AMD Elite A-Series APUs are shipping now with availability beginning this month in select regions. Model numbers and technical details for each are as follows:  

First Quarter 2013 AMD Elite A-Series APUs

APU Model

AMD Radeon™ Brand


CPU Cores

CPU Clock (Max/Base)

AMD Radeon™ Cores

GPU Clock (Max/Base)

L2 Cache

Max DDR3


HD 8650G



3.5GHz/ 2.5GHz


720MHz/ 533MHz




HD 8550G



3.1GHz/ 2.1GHz


720MHz/ 515MHz




HD 8450G



3.5GHz/ 2.9GHz


720MHz/ 533MHz




HD 8350G



3.3GHz/ 2.7GHz


720MHz/ 514MHz




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