Given the long-term nature of AMD’s embedded graphics business, updates to the Embedded Radeon lineup of discrete video cards are fewer and farther between for AMD. But in turn these updates are more substantial for AMD. To that end, this week AMD is announcing the release of a trio of new Embedded Radeon discrete video cards, giving the entire Embedded Radeon lineup its first complete overhaul since 2011. These products – essentially variants of AMD’s Mobile Radeon parts – are aimed towards non-traditional use cases where vendors need a mix of budget and powerful video cards for what are essentially sealed systems. Among the traditional use cases for these products have been digital signage, image processing/medical imaging, thin clients, and electronic (casino) gaming. The latter...
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