Last year, AMD set a goal of sharing 15% of total Notebook CPU market
. In the first three quarters of 2006, AMD has shipped 2.85M Notebook CPUs, achieving their goal. "In the value market, the most common products are AMD Turion 64 and budget 32 bit Semperon processors. While in the mainstream market, Turion 64x2 formed the flagship range. By the advance of technology, pricing of mobile computer has reached a lowest point and notebooks have rapidly substituted desktop computers. Notebook market is said to be the most important determining the further growth of AMD."