But the new Fusion chips aren’t just limited to laptop and desktop applications. AMD is also introducing a new embedded chip called the G-Series which combines an x86 core with an AMD Radeon GPU. G-Series chips are designed for set-top-boxes, information kiosks, thin clients, and other devices that sort of bridge the gap between personal computers and consumer/business electronics.
Like the Ontario and Zacate chips, the Z-Series chips will come in single or dual core varieties, with TDP’s of 9W to 18W. The integrated graphics will be able to decode HD video in a variety of formats including H.264, DiVX, MPEG2, WMV, VC-1 and Adobe Flash. The chips also support DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.0.