AMD reckons it's raked in over 100 design wins for Puma, and we managed to snag a picture of Toshiba's upcoming Puma-powered, lightweight Dynabook before AMD heavies took it away. After all, the platform hasn't even been released yet.
The svelte machine doesn't have much room for a discrete mobile graphics card, and that's why Puma's integrated GPU, Radeon HD 3200, makes sense.
A look at Device Manager reveals all. Puma will be based around the Turion Ultra X2 dual-core CPU - which appears to be pretty much performance-identical to the incumbent Turion 64 X2 - and Radeon HD 3200 graphics.
The WEI score of 3.8 is impressive for a thin-and-light laptop that features integrated graphics.
Add in a solid-state drive and the Dynabook becomes a formidable notebook in the thin-and-light space.
Puma, then, seems to have legs, and we'll be spotting a greater number of models, of various sizes, as the show progresses.
Stay tuned for more Puma coverage.