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AMD today introduced the new low-power mobile AMD Athlon XP-M processor 2100+ for thin and light notebooks in mainstream and value markets. Like existing AMD mobile processors, this new low-power offering is designed to provide computing performance on the go, extended system battery life enabled by AMD PowerNow! technology, and the benefit of full wireless compatibility with many of today’s most popular wireless solutions.

In the North American market, Fujitsu Computer Systems announced it will upgrade its LifeBook S2000 notebook with a full-featured, thin and light model based on the new low-power mobile AMD Athlon XP-M processor 2100+. Thin and light notebooks are available from Fujitsu now. Computer manufacturers in China and Taiwan planning to offer systems during the second half of this year include BOE, Twinhead and Thunis (Tsing-Hua Unisplendor).

The new low-power mobile AMD Athlon XP-M processor 2100+ is available immediately worldwide for thin and light mobile PCs. The new low-power mobile AMD Athlon XP-M processor 2100+ is priced at $97 in 1,000-unit quantities.

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