"Technically" the current fusions are old tech for the most part. While they offer a tempting alternative to a Atom setup, the CPU is still hanging onto a 8 year old base architecture that has a hard time trying to keep pace with even an old Core 2. This isn't even the first time a x86 cpu manufacturer put graphics onboard with the cpu (Cyrix did it over a decade ago). Despite there being a pretty good selection of Fusion systems out there the feedback that I have been getting is that the atom based netbooks are still dominating in sales despite being equivalent price.
Originally Posted by PsynoKhi0
I wouldn't, at least for linux uses until there is some hardware decode acceleration, otherwise I'm better off with an Ion solution or a cheap cpu and discreet nvidia card.
Originally Posted by Qaridarium