Not far away from IDF, AMD has demonstrated a notebook running the next-gen Trinity APU, running Deus Ex: Human Revolution. This is not the first time AMD has showed off Trinity on a notebook, the first being at the AMD Fusion Developer Summit back in June. While that was just a video playback, running a modern DX11 game shows that Trinity is up and running in force. If all goes well, we could see Trinity releasing early in 2012, perhaps announced even as early as CES 2012 in January. 

 
Not far away from IDF, AMD has demonstrated a notebook running the next-gen Trinity APU, running Deus Ex: Human Revolution. This is not the first time AMD has showed off Trinity on a notebook, the first being at the AMD Fusion Developer Summit back in June. While that was just a video playback, running a modern DX11 game shows that Trinity is up and running in force. If all goes well, we could see Trinity releasing early in 2012, perhaps announced even as early as CES 2012 in January. 
 
At this point, a fair bit is known about Trinity. Trinity is the successor to Llano, and is likely to be the branded as the next A Series (likely Ax-4xxx). The CPU part of Trinity gets a major upgrade, moving from the aging Stars cores to AMD's next-gen Piledriver architecture, an enhanced version of Bulldozer. Trinity consists to 2-4 Piledriver cores or 1-2 Piledriver modules. The GPU part gets an upgrade to a Radeon HD 7000 branded GPU, rumoured to be based on the VLIW-4 architecture currently only available in Radeon HD 6900 series on the desktop. Unlike mobile Llano, which spans TDPs from 35W to 45W, mobile Trinity is rumoured to scale from 17W ULV systems all the way to 60W high-performance notebooks. While 60W may sound like a lot, it is reasonable for a quad-core with a full fledged GPU on die. 
 
You can view a video of the demo here, courtesy of Anandtech. While it doesn't give away much, it does show Trinity running Deus Ex: HR smoothly with good IQ. 
 
Source: Anandtech