Its nice to see AMD hasn't given up. Hopefully they have their next generation C-series parts ready soon so they can really start competing in the windows 8 tablet market. However, it looks like 10W TDP chips based on Haswell as well as next generation Atom chips will be hot on AMD's heels (and probably with better performance/battery life). But if AMD is close in the performance/battery life game they can always play the price card and provide a great value to consumers.
AMD’s new Elite A-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) for notebooks are ready to replace the barely year-old Trinity platform. The four new 35W APUs are built on 32nm technology, offering slightly higher turbo clock rates and Radeon HD 8000 series GPUs.