Windows® 7 PCs from Dell® Inspiron Zino and other PC makers
Reviews on Windows 7 PCs are everywhere these days. Recently chip maker AMD previewed some jazzy Windows 7 PCs to be showcased in January at CES. AMD gave a brief insight of Dell's Inspiron Zino HD portable home theater, in the meanwhile showcasing an 11.6-inch Acer Ferrari One netbook that is bound to go beyond the Atlantic to US shores in 2010.
UntilÂ now, only available in Europe, the netbook features a PCI Express card slot with a target at allowing users connect to an XGP in order to give the gadget the same graphics performance as a desktop system. In yet another situation that AMD predicts, a user will unplug the netbook from the XGP to carry it along to work, and then plug it back later for personal home viewing of HD DVDs. AMD is working on a plan with Acer and several other PC vendors about the prospects of releasing a comparable netbook in the US. This was revealed by John Swinimer, a representative of AMD. It also has in mind both the Zino home theater and Ferrari netbook which is scheduled to come along with Windows 7 netbooks based on the Vision Basic, Premium and Ultimate technologies.
A 17-inch notebook from Toshiba, for instance, provides optional support for both standard and 720p HD graphics. The AMD notebook chips holds Adobe's 64-bit Flash technology, this is expected to be officially announced soon. New technologies from AMD offload processing from the CPU to the GPU for battery longevity. This is reported from another source according to the AMD executives. It is predicted that within the first six months of 2010, AMD and its PC manufacturing partners will soon be bringing out new Vision Black technologies for desktop computers.