It has been a long, long time coming. AMD has finally officially released its first Fusion products – E-series and C-series, based on Zacate and Ontario respectively. As a recap, the Zacate products, branded Fusion E-series, are designed for notebooks, nettops and all-in-ones, and feature a 18W TDP. The two variants are E-350, 1.6 GHz dual-core and E-240, 1.5 GHz single core.

It has been a long, long time coming. AMD has finally officially
released its first Fusion products – E-series and C-series, based on
Zacate and Ontario respectively. As a recap, the Zacate products,
branded Fusion E-series, are designed for notebooks, nettops and
all-in-ones, and feature a 18W TDP. The two variants are E-350, 1.6 GHz
dual-core and E-240, 1.5 GHz single core.

The C-series targets netbooks and “other emerging form factors”. Previously codenamed Ontario, both variants have a lowly TDP of 9W. The C-50 is dual core clocked at 1.0 GHz, C-30 is a single core APU at 1.2 GHz.

Both APUs feature a Cedar(HD5400)-class GPU, with DX11 support, UVD3 and parallel processing capabilities. Fabbed at TSMC 40nm, C-series and E-series also feature a 64-bit integrated memory controller.

Products are expected to appear soon. Currently, the first Fusion based notebook to be listed is an Acer notebook, featuring the 1.6 GHz dual-core E-350, 2GB RAM, priced at a very reasonable $429, blurring the line between netbooks and notebooks.

AMD also touches on future plans with its Fusion plans. Of course, the next Fusion product will be Llano, based on enhanced 32nm K10.5 quad-cores and a full-blown Redwood-class GPU. The branding is revealed to be A-Series, with shipping scheduled for Q2 2011 and products based on Fusion A-series appearing in mid-2011.

More in AMD’s Press Release.