The Tech Report came across new details of AMD's next-gen Brazos APUs, you can read it over here.
HP's Malaysian site lists the dm1-4210au, an 11.6" system with an AMD E1-1200 APU. The dual-core chip runs at 1.4GHz and features Radeon HD 7310 integrated graphics. It's paired with an A68M platform hub, which CPU World claims offers both USB 3.0 and 6Gbps SATA connectivity. The dm1-4210au's spec sheet lists only USB 2.0 ports, though. Let's hope that's an error; AMD has confirmed that USB 3.0 is part of the new Brazos platform, and SuperSpeed connectivity seems like a no-brainer for modern ultraportables.
According to CPU World, the E1-1200 APU has the same 18W TDP as existing Brazos chips. It also has a faster sidekick: the E2-1800, which will reportedly run its dual cores at 1.7GHz and feature "slightly faster integrated graphics." Turns out the E2-1800 has made its way online, too, this time in an 11.6-incher from MSI. The company's Japanese site details the U270 ultraportable, which pairs the E2-1800 APU with the last-gen A50M platform hub. That system has Radeon HD 7340 integrated graphics, suggesting a modest clock speed boost over the E1-1200's Radeon GPU.