While AMD's Trinity APUs have been available for a while now, the manufacturer has just announced a new processor based on last generation's 'Llano' chip. The A4-3450 is closely related to the earlier A4-3420 processor. The dual-core chip is clocked at 2.9 GHz, a 100 MHz higher than the A4-3420. The integrated Radeon HD 6410D chip with 160 stream processors is kept at its 600 MHz reference clock speed, as is the UVD video decoder. The A4-3450 seems a logical step given the fact that the production process has since been improved, resulting in higher quality processors.
AMD's Llano A4-3450 will only be available to OEM system builders, meaning it cannot be purchased retail.