Three different models will be available. The Chrome 430 ULP which is the most energy efficient of the bunch, with a TDB of less than 7 watts. The Chrome 435 ULP offers a power boost, while the Chrome 440 ULP is the top of the line model with support for 1080p media playback including dual-stream Blu-Ray video playback.
All three chips including video acceleration features for handling H.264, MPEG-2, MPEG-4, VC-1, WMV-HD, AVS, and AVC videos.
The Chrome 400 ULP series is currently available and S3 says one of the first partners is Fujitsu. But I wouldn’t be surprised to see this GPU show up in the next generation HP Mini-Note as well.
via Eee PC News.de