Post updated September 14th, 2013 at 09:46 pm
Earlier this year, AMD have launched plenty of APU SoCs which quite a number of them are designed for notebooks and tablets. Last night, they added another one in the form of AMD A4-1350 quad-core APU.
Categorized under their 2013 Elite Mobility offerings, this new APU is made for small screen notebooks, tablets and hybrid notebooks under 13-inch. The A4-1350’s CPU part is made of four Jaguar core than runs at 1.0GHz while the graphics processing is handled by AMD Radeon HD 8210 GPU which features 128 stream processors and running at the clock speed of 300MHz.
It also includes 4MB L2 cache and comes with a TDP rating of 8W although AMD stated that the A4-1350’s do have an average TDP of 3W and below when used for common use cases. Judging from the tech specs, this APU is not exactly mind-blowing but it is should be appropriate enough for general low-performance computing.
The new AMD A4-1350 APU is scheduled for shipping in October 2013, so expect to see products with the new APU appear in the market around the same time.