Chip giant AMD will launch its Congo platform for ultrathin notebooks at the end of October or the beginning of November, according to reports on Asian IT news site Digitimes.
Congo was supposed to be released in July, but was postponed after a fall-off in demand for ultrathin notebooks.
AMD has not yet announced the Congo platform, but it is expected to be based around a dual-core Turion Neo X2 L625 or Athlon Neo X2 L335/L325 or single-core Athlon Neo MV-40 processor and M780G chipsets.
The company is likely to launch two further platforms for the ultrathin notebook segment, codenamed Nile and Brazos, over the next two years.
AMD's Tigris will appear after the launch of Windows 7. The notebook platform will use the 45nm processor from either the Sempron M100, Athlon II M300, Turion II M500 or Turion II Ultra M600 series.
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