AMD is bumping up the clock speed on its mobile Athlon XP processors today. The new chips clock in at 1900+ and 2000+, and feature the same PowerNow! goodness as previous mobile processors. Here's a snip from the official PR:
SUNNYVALE, CA—SEPT. 24, 2002—AMD today introduced the highperformance mobile AMD Athlon™ XP processors 2000+ and 1900+. Featuring AMD PowerNow!™ technology, the new AMD mobile processors give businesses and home consumers a genuine mobile solution which can significantly extend battery life to enable anytime, anywhere productivity.Immediate availability is always a good thing, and I can't wait to see someone pair one of these new processors with ATI's latest Mobility FireGL 9000. How 'bout it, Dell?
Notebook PCs powered by the new mobile AMD Athlon XP processors are immediately available from HP and Fujitsu Siemens Computers. Packard Bell, the consumer division of NEC Computers International, expects to offer systems based on the mobile AMD Athlon XP processor1900+ later this year.
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