According to Hardware, AMD let a slide (or two) slip during their recent Fusion processor presentation which revealed Apple as a future hardware partner.

But are they talking about CPUs or GPUs?  All of the machines above currently use AMD’s ATI GPUs.  Perhaps AMD sees some value in Apple’s brand and is using that as leverage.

iMacs use AMD/ATI GPUs

Using the context of the Video (see here) it isn’t clear if AMD means GPUs or CPUs.  The Fusion chip is something that would seem to be a better fit for ultra-portable netbooks, something like the new MacBook Air which was Intel chips.

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