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AMD prototype PC could be mistaken for an envelope

Mark Hachman | Jan. 9, 2014
PCs come in all sorts of shapes and sizes, but it still comes as a surprise when a company introduces one that's as unobtrusive as this prototype PC from AMD.

As you might expect, both prototypes will serve as reference designs, signposts to guide AMD's hardware partners. We're starting to see hardware manufacturers less afraid of at least showing non-traditional form factors and designs. Still, it's going to take a prominent design win or two to help break out of the traditional PC mold. A new generation of chips from AMD, ARM, and others, however, are beginning to enable that future.

 

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