First up from AMD was news they were releasing the A4 series of dual core desktop APUs starting with the 2.7 GHz A4-3400 and 2.5 GHz A4-3300. Targeting both low power desktops and low price, these APUs have an MSRP of $75 and $70 respectively. Both A4-3000 chips will have a TDP of only 65W and a 6410D GPU core. The GPU will have 160 Radeon cores and clocked at 600 MHz for the A4-3400 and 444 MHz for the A4-3300.
The day after announcing these dual core APUs, AMD brings more to the table instead of less with the announcement of the multiplier unlocked APUs. Adopting K like Intel, these APUs will be the 2.7 GHz A6-3670K and 3.0 GHz A8-3870K. As you know, A6 means the 6530D (320 Radeon cores, 444 MHz clock) and A8 means the 6550D GPU (400 Radeon cores, 600 MHz clock). The unlocked multi gives these APUs a little more flexibility in overclocking and should prove interesting to see what these chips can do.
This brings the FM1 socket APUs up to 7 and 1 Athlon quad-core FM1 socket chip.