AMD understood that consumers hated the stickers placed on laptops and decided to campaign to abolish them.
This was confessed by one of the managers of the firm which carried out market studies on this subject. The main reason for their presence on the computer chassis is the fact that companies pay extra for the laptop manufacturer to add them. Unfortunately, at a time when design is becoming more and more important, there remains an affront to good taste.
AMD is a manufacturer of processors and graphics cards that also owns systems for laptops. He does not make a machine and has no power over other stickers, but initially decided to use models that easily come off without leaving traces. They will land in 2011. He also announced that he would sign a partnership with machine manufacturers who can refuse to stick his logo without fear of losing the income associated with this practice.
The firm may not have the fastest processors in the world, even if some defend themselves rather well, but today it shows a certain elegance. We can only hope that the rest of the industry follows suit, starting with the blue Core ix task.