Microsoft could be axing Intel for AMD in new Surface device

Marian McHugh
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Microsoft could be axing Intel for AMD in new Surface device

Tech giant expected to unveil new AMD-based Surface Laptop at hardware event in October, according to reports

Microsoft's new Surface laptop could be powered by a chip made by AMD and not long-time partner Intel, according to reports. German IT outlet WinFuture reported that Microsoft's new Surface laptop will...

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