The processor in the A6Km-Q002H is an AMD Turion MT30 clocked at 1.6GHz. MT is the 25W version of the Turion which means this is AMD’s low power model. The Turion processors have yet to evolve to the 939 platform and as such they can only use single channel memory. The A6Km-Q002H comes pre-fitted with 512MB of PC2700 DDR memory and a spare slot is available for future upgrades.
Oddly enough Asus has paired the processor with a desktop chipset, namely the SiS 756. That said, it doesn’t seem like SiS has a mobile part with PCI Express support that doesn’t already have integrated graphics, which could explain the choice of chipset. Of course the downside of this is that the battery life will suffer to a degree, which makes me question the choice of the low power processor in the first place.
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