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China's TCL To Offer AMD64-Powered Notebooks

One of the largest computer makers in China jumps on the new X2 dual-core chips.
Chinese PC manufacturer TCL Computer Tech plans to offer notebooks and desktops powered by Advanced Micro Devices' AMD64 processors. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Desktop systems with AMD Athlon 64 X2 dual-code processors are immediately available, and AMD64-powered notebooks are set for release in April.

TCL is among the largest computer makers in China. Headquartered in Huizhou, the company's products include mobile phones, personal computers, home appliances, electric lighting, and digital media. Much of the company is owned by the city of Huizhou. Other investors include Philips and Toshiba.