AMD specialises in delighting customers with cutting edge technology that pushes the boundaries, delivering what its competitors wouldn't in a timely manner, reigniting competition in the PC space, making PCs great again and giving ever more power back into the hands of the PC loving people.
With Intel's processors in the news since January 2018 over CPU flaws, it should come as no surprise to see AMD urging government agencies and corporate bodies to "keep an open mind about their CPU and GPU options when purchasing their fleet of desktops, notebooks and servers".
At IEM 2019 earlier this month, and then at its own media event, ASUS launched a fantastic range of new gaming notebooks, from ultra premium models to surprisingly affordable ones and everything in between.
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