6th Generation AMD A-Series processors can handle today’s most intense games—on a notebook. So you know they have the power to do anything you can imagine.
The 6th Generation AMD A-Series processor will forever redefine what you expect from a notebook. With capabilities designed for best-in-class online gaming, Ultra HD-capable streaming video and new, innovative computing possibilities, now you can work and watch and create and share – all with longer battery life, gorgeous graphics, vibrant video, better buffering, creative content management tools, and accelerated apps.
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12 compute cores (4CPU+8GPU)* and AMD Radeon™ R7 Graphics deliver best-in-class processing power and graphics performance
10 compute cores (4CPU+6GPU)* and AMD Radeon™ R6 Graphics bring revolutionary processing power for graphics, work and play
10 compute cores (4CPU+6GPU)* and AMD Radeon™ R6 Graphics for impressive computing capabilities and smooth entertainment experiences
Check out how the 6th Generation AMD A-Series processors perform compared to the competition on your favorite online games.
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