> Actually, and you are gonna laugh your ass off as it'll probably sound like a sales pitch but
Yes. You've replied to almost every single person saying the exact same thing. Sales pitch. Obviously. Amd is paying you to push the E350. Got it.
> and finally the electric bill will just drop like a stone
I live in a place where 8 months of the year you have to heat your home, and the building I'm in uses electricity, not natural gas or fuel oil. So I'm going to save NOTHING. But it would result in a whole shit ton of electronic waste going to the "recyclers" (India and China where they melt stuff down in open air vats and poison themselves and their towns) and a whole second batch being created in factories (nasty nasty processes and chemicals are involved).
So. Um. NO. Not going to replace equipment just because an AMD salesperson keeps going on and on about how much I'll "save" in power bills.
When you spec the power needed by your E350, what is the power comparison look like when you add the hard drive, LCD, and other common peripherals? Sure cpu to cpu you're going from 80W to 18W, but full system it's going from what, 250W to 200W? 150W to 100W? Who cares. And none of this applies to people running modern 100W GPUs, unless they're NOT playing modern games:
All of that being said -- it is entirely valid to point out to people that they do not need to buy bleeding edge CPUs, and that for most business staff an E-350 cpu would be an excellent affordable option.
Disclaimer - I own a C-50 Acer AspireONE netbook and a Phenom 8750 triple core with a GTX 260, and I have NO PLANS to upgrade anything unless my motherboard goes "pop".
And I don't work for AMD. :)