AMD's Llano based mobile part, codename Sabine, will officially launch on 14th of June. Although AMD hasn't quite been screaming it from the rooftops, our sources close to the AMD confirmed that the mobile Llano will officially launch on 14th.
We already wrote about AMD's Llano mobile lineup and, as you probably already know, there will be five quad-core models in A8 and A6 series as well as three dual-core models in A4 and E2 series. The top part will be a quad-core A8-3530MX with 4MB of L2 cache that will work at 1.9GHz. This one will feature Radeon HD 6620G graphics with 400 stream processors and a 444MHz GPU clock. The TDP of this top part APU is set at 45W. You can check out the rest of the lineup here.
The A6-3410MX also showed up in retail/e-tail as part of HP's Pavilion dv6-6110sg notebook listed on Passiontec.de site. The A6-3410MX is a quad-core part that ticks at 1.6GHz and comes with a Radeon HD 6520G graphics part that has 320 stream processors and works at 400MHz. The notebook is listed at €590 which isn't a bad price for a quad-core APU equipped notebook. You can find it here.
We are quite sure that there will be more listings as we draw nearer to the official launch date. The launch of desktop Llano, codename Lynx, hasn't been officially announced but we do know that it will come sometime after the mobile one.