AMD has released a version of its Puma platform for laptops, with a dual-core Turion X2 Ultra mobile processor and ATI Radeon HD 3000 graphics chipset.
The platform is aimed at gamers and SMEs and will be used in AMD Business Class, AMD Game!, and AMD Live notebooks.
It is said to offer the ultimate in HD visual performance.
Toshiba has been quick off the mark in introducing laptops powered with the new processor, which will be included in its new Satellite PCs, due to ship later this year.
AMD’s rival, Intel, recently announced a delay in the release of its own new notebook platform, Montevina, from later this month to mid-summer due to technical issues.