I'm looking into feature differentiation between Intel and AMD, specifically the A series, current generation laptop processors. This is a pretty broad question, but I've found it hard to pin down anything that isn't simply a performance advantage. I see that both offer virtualization, low power features, and similar core technologies but I want to know what things an Intel-based system can do that an AMD absolutely cannot.
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