CPU World reports AMD's business-class Trinity APUs are on the way, full details over here.
Current generation of "Llano" APUs and FX CPUs doesn't offer that kind of variety, but that should change with the launch of "Trinity" chips in October. While we won't see energy-efficient A-Series products, AMD will release several business-class SKUs. One of them, A10-5800B, was already spotted in June on Computex show. We also learned part numbers of three other accelerated units, A4-5300B, A6-5400B and A8-5500B. Two of these processors emerged in Lenovo Solutions Centre book (13MB XLSM file!), which contains specifications for the full range of "Think"-branded desktop and mobile Lenovo PCs. Based on this document, A6-5400B and A8-5500B microprocessors will be shipped in ThinkCentre M78 desktop computer. The A6 and A8 CPU specifications in the solutions book include only the operating speed, which matches 3.6 GHz and 3.2 GHz stock speed of A6-5400K and A8-5500 APUs. According to their part numbers, A3-5300 and A4-5400B will have 2 cores, 1 MB L2 cache, and 65 Watt TDP. AMD A8-5500B and A10-5800B APUs will pack 4 cores, 4 MB L2 cache, and fit into 100 Watt thermal envelope. All 4 processors are produced in socket FM2 form factor.