AMD has introduced its next-generation mobile graphics technology, the AMD Radeon HD 6000M series, at the CES shindig in Las Vegas.
AMD’s second-generation of DirectX 11-capable mobile graphics chip delivers up to 1.3 teraFLOPS of compute power accouting to AMD's calculations. The firm says you can even hitch up your laptop to six displays using its Eyefinity technology - if you manage to carry them around in your pocket, that is.
The chipmaker will be showing off notebooks featuring the chip at the Consumer Electronics Show in the 'Wired: Make a Scene' booth.
Matt Skynner, corporate vice president and general manager, GPU Division, AMD said: "AMD’s best just got better by cementing its leadership in notebook graphics.
"Through our feature-rich line of top-to-bottom next-generation notebook graphics, including AMD’s fastest performing notebook graphics processor, we’re enabling a superior visual computing experience in virtually every segment."
The firm has kept pricing and availability to itself for now.