X-bit Labs found some more details about the three Vision platforms AMD will introduce in September:
Notebooks powered by AMD’s new central processing units featuring the company’s new graphics cores as well as premium Wi-Fi controllers will carry the name AMD Vision, according a claim by HKEPC web-site citing Taiwan-based makers of notebooks. In fact, the forthcoming AMD Tigris-powered notebooks will carry three different labels depending on the insides of the mobile computers:
AMD Vision: AMD Athlon Neo X2 processor, integrated ATI Radeon HD 3200/4200 graphics core, third-party Wi-Fi controller;
AMD Vision Premium: AMD processor, ATI Radeon HD 4330 dedicated graphics core, third-party Wi-Fi controller;
AMD Vision Ultimate: AMD Turion X2 processor, ATI Radeon HD 4870 dedicated graphics core, third-party Wi-Fi controller.
The China-based web-site also claims that lower-performance microprocessor with higher-performance graphics processor (or otherwise) will also be qualified for more advanced logotype, e.g. AMD Vision Ultimate. The reports may not be correct, though, as there are no official comments from AMD.