Looks like the next few weeks are going to be exciting ones for AMD.
We've been getting a bit impatient when it comes to waiting for AMD's Trinity APUs to arrive. Lucky for us, the latest scuttlebutt has the company's latest A series APUs launching this month.
AMD confirmed in mid-April that it had started shipping Trinity and it looks like things are on moving along nicely and still on track for a release this quarter. Word comes via Digitimes, which is citing sources from notebook players in reporting that AMD is gearing up to launch the notebook versions of its Trinity APU this month.
Perhaps more interesting is the fact that AMD is apparently planning the launch of its desktop Trinity processors for later this summer, in August. Digitimes sources say we can expect to see the A10-5800K, A10-5700, A8-5600K, and A8-5500, as well as the A6 (Weatherford) and A4 (Richland) series processors. The site also pegs entry-level Brazos 2.0 in June.