AMD's next-gen Temash and Kabini processors are about to land inside tablets and sub-$500 notebooks. We've taken a close look at the architecture they share, and we've benchmarked a system based on the A4-5000, a 15W incarnation of Kabini designed to compete against Intel's low-end ultrabook CPUs. The results are encouraging for AMD, both on the performance and battery life fronts. However, Kabini also has some untapped potential.
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