AMD: Athlon XP 2100+ And The Hammer
The world's largest computer show, CeBIT in Hannover, reveals the signs of a weakened economy. After years of steady growth in the number of visitors, this year registers 7962 exhibitors - a decrease of about 130 exhibitors compared to the previous year, and a first in the 16-year history of the event. Still, the show goes on - Tom's Hardware brings you news from AMD, Intel, ATi and Hercules.
AMD officially launched the Athlon XP 2100+ yesterday. Read a detailed review of this processor here:
At the same time, AMD introduced its processor for notebooks, the Mobile Athlon 4 1600+. Essentially, this modified variant differs from the Athlon XP in that it makes use of an additional energy-saving technology to improve battery life.