The beginning of the last week of April for the domestic IT-industry output was marked to market the new AMD platform for ultrathin laptops, which, according to developers and would make the modern netbuki thinner and accessible. The platform, known peace code-named Yukon, is created based on the AMD Athlon Neo, integrated ATI Radeon X1250 graphics and optional discrete graphics ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3410. One of the advantages of the new platform is the ability to play multimedia content standard for high definition next generation of portable devices. One of the first device, which debuted platform became thin notebook HP Pavilion dv2, with a thickness of less than 2, 5 cm and a weight of less than 1, 8 kg. The model is based on the AMD Athlon Neo MV-40 (frequency of 1, 6 GHz), boasts 12 1-inch LED-display BrightView, comfortable keyboard, drive 160 GB - 500 GB and optional external drive Blu-ray. Thanks to AMD Yukon from users will be able to work with content of a standard high definition (1080p) on laptops without podtormazhivany and hangs. In addition, the discrete graph ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3410 netbuk can be turned into portable gaming system. Support HDMI lets you connect your PC to a variety of household devices, such as receivers that support high-definition video. Remember that AMD introduced a mobile platform for ultrathin laptops at CES in January 2009.