HotHardware took a couple of pictures of AMD's Llano reference platform. This low-power chip is expected to arrive in the first half of 2011 and according to the site the integrated GPU had no trouble running Alien vs. Predator at 1024 x 768 pixel with DirectX 11 features enabled.
We have talked about Llano a few times in the past, though. To reiterate, the first thing to know about Llano is that it isn't based on Bobcat or Bulldozer. Llano is a 32nm, low-power derivative of the company's current Phenom II architecture fused with a GPU that will target a wide range of operating environments. As we’ve mentioned before, Llano will sport a quad-core processor and target more mainstream market segments. Unlike current Phenom IIs that have an L3 cache, however, Llano forgoes any L3 in favor of a larger compliment of L2 per core--1MB of L2 cache per core, to be exact. Other features are a 3GHz-or-higher operating speed, support for DDR3 memory, and an on-die DX11-class graphics processor.