As I already said, AMD has some good news for all you notebook lovers out there, apart from the Toshiba deal, their Marketing VP says Puma is already up and running.
He claims the first revision works just fine, and that they've already tried out Windows on a few Puma machines. These are some really good news for AMD, since their Turion X2 mobile platform is reaching its limit, and Santa Rosa is already out there.
In spite of this, don't expect Puma notebooks in the next few months, since Ed Fisher cautiously told the present retailers that they will hit the market sometime in spring.
It will be nice to see AMD's desktop and lapatop spring revival, but a lot can happen in the following months.