A leaked slide over at FUD Zilla reveals AMD is working on seven different Hudson Fusion Controller Hub (FCH) chipsets, it includes three laptop chipsets, three desktop chipsets and one chip for the power efficient Brazos AES platform.
In the desktop segment, AMD will offer three Hudsons primarily aimed at the Lynx platform, but also a limited number of Brazos products. Hudson D1 is reserved for the Value Lynx platform and Brazos ECSD. It lacks SATA 6Gbps support, on board Gigabit Ethernet, RAID, VGA DAC and USB 3.0, which really isn't that surprising as it is a cost effective solution for the low end. Hudson D2 and D3 are aimed at proper Lynx platforms with Llano APUs. They feature practically everything missing from the D1, including RAID 0,1 and 10 modes and apparently DisplayPort support. However, D2 does not have USB 3.0 support and it packs 14 UBS 2.0 ports instead. The D3 has 4 USB 3.0 ports and 10 USB 2.0 ports.