AMD claimed that Fusion has the capability to handle multi-core processors and ultimate graphics on a single chip. Fusion platform has a graphics card (GPU) and microprocessor (CPU) incorporated on it. Fusion platform uses multi-core CPU (x86) technology with a powerful DirectX 11-capable graphics.
AMD officials said that leading manufactures like Sony, HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, MSI and Toshiba will launch powerful system powered by the latest Fusion chipset. These systems will be available in the first half of 2011 in India. Any how, AMD has not yet unveiled the price details of Fusion platform chips.
The Accelerated Processing Units (APU) of Fusion includes high-definition video acceleration block and a high-speed bus. This chipsets also help to save power through the day that provide more battery back-up for your systems.
"AMD Fusion will eliminate the need for consumers to choose between power and performance... This will also allow our partners to offer exciting new form factors on a robust computing platform," AMD India Managing Director and Regional VP (Sales and Marketing) Ravi Swaminathan said during the launch.