I'll probably be getting a new laptop soon, and I figured if I could get one that could do virtualization, that would be a plus. I know Intel has a web page set up that identifies which processors have their VT technology. But I can't find a similar page for AMD. Wikipedia says "AMD-V is present in all
<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Athlon_64" title="Athlon 64">K8 AMD (Athlon 64)</a> processors from stepping "F" and all newer processors support AMD-V technology." Most AMD based laptops come with the Turion processor. Since I couldn't find anything on AMD's website regarding AMD-V and the Turion, I turned to Newegg. Newegg lists "Virtualization Technology Support" as a no for the Turion.
<br clear="all"><br>-- <br>Tim