AMD held an event yesterday to showcase some of the latest consumer laptops based on the new Vision brand. The Vision comes in four different experience levels – Vision, Vision Premium, Vision Ultimate and Vision Black.
Tomo Kamiya, Regional Vice President of AMD, South Asia, was present at the event.
“What we want to make sure is when a customer has a purpose to buy a PC, it will be easy for them. When they purchase one with an AMD platform, we want to give them the best visual experience they can find. You won’t see a single processor or RAM details; you will see Vision, Vision Premium, Vision Ultimate and Vision Black” says Kamiya.
Some of the laptops showcased at the AMD event, including a Toshiba with AMD Triple Core processor. Other models include Fujitsu Lifebook LH520, ThinkPad x100e and ASUS N61da.
AMD will also have a booth at the PC Show tomorrow and you can expect to see PC makers selling the laptops and desktops with AMD Vision. Check it out if you’re there.