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  • AMD needs to get the word out that Intel is selling Obsolete proceccsors! June 13, 2006
    Reviewed by 'Jhamilton5'
    I am now the proud owner of a Hewlet Packard Laptop which has an AMD Turion 64 Bit proccesor in it. I noticed something very obvious in my shopping that I thought you might be interested in. I bought my Laptop at Best Buy. Underneath each laptop is a placard which lists most of the components in the laptop, including the proccesor. Also for AMD they list "64Bit" The salesman shwed me other laptops on sale, including a Celeron type, but it listed nothing about the bit type and I think a Centrino did not ether. So I asked him about the Centrino and he said it was a 32 Bit. This turned me off immediatelly as I knew this was a laptop not built for the future and did not wan''t to buy a laptop already obsolete.

    I thought, why not buy a Laptop not only advanced, but designed for the future.

    Months ago I noticed that Dell all of a sudden removed the famous tag they had on all their laptopsm"Intel inside". They also changed their TV ads with that jingle at the end of the ad that had "Intel inside" I just know that Dell and Intel did this because of your valid anti-trust suit, and this did show a degree of complicity that supported AMD''s claim.

    So I say to AMD, Keep building processors, Designed for the curent advancement, designed for the future.

    AMD needs to get the word out that Intel is selling Obsolete proceccsors, designed for yesterday and on sale. Why would anyone want to buy a new 1999 PC in 2006..

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