The AMD Turion Neo X2 processor Model L625 and the AMD Athlon Neo X2 processor Model L325 are dual-core, 18W TDP cpus for the highly-scalable ASB1 BGA embedded client platform. The two processors offer PC-caliber performance in a very low power envelope and with an embedded-friendly ball grid array (BGA) package. This embedded client solution is ideal for single board computing, thin client systems, self-service kiosks, point of sale machines, and digital signage. The ball grid array (BGA) package helps alleviate potential reliability issues for systems that are deployed in rugged environments and has a low z-height that is designed to enable thin, compact enclosures. The new dual-core processors can help increase the performance of existing single-core designs. When combined with the AMD 780E or M690E chipset, embedded system designers can take advantage of a complete x86-based solution that can help streamline development, minimize time to market, and offers leading-edge graphics capability.
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