The 6000M series support Microsoft DirectX 11, AMD Eyefinity multi-display technology, AMD EyeSpeed video encoding, transcoding, and upscaling acceleration, HD3D technology for stereoscopic 3D display/glasses support, Blu-ray 3D, and stereoscopic 3D gaming, as well as AMD Dynamic Switchable Graphics. For HD video decoding, there’s the UVD 2 accelerator.
The first notebooks with the AMD Radeon HD 6000M mobile graphics are already listed on the Web. TigerDirect has in stock the ASUS K52JT-XT1 with the 1GB AMD / ATI HD 6370, while the Radeon 6550 1GB is listed in specifications of an Acer Aspire 17.3-incher. Finally, the HD 6570 is mentioned in specs sheets of Lenovo’s upcoming IdeaPad Y560 models.