"Specifics were light, but I do know that the APU being shown was
not the desktop variant built on 32nm technology but rather was the 40nm
Ontario core built at TSMC and aimed at the Atom markets. AMD obviously
feels they have a strong advantage in this market with the APU as they are
putting focus on it rather than the Llano-based notebook and desktop parts
that were originally billed to be the first Fusion parts available."