The company just announced the E6460 embedded discrete GPU, which complements the higher-performing E6760. Compared to the E6760's 480 shaders, the E6460 has only 160, and has to work with only 512 MB GDDR5 memory instead of 1 GB and supports only four instead of six displays.
AMD pitches the graphics processors as products for casino gaming, digital signage, kiosks, point-of-sale (POS) and industrial measurement and controls applications.
While it is not exactly a screamer, the E6460 is sold as a solution for products that will have to be in service over a longer period of time. AMD said that it is offering 5 years of guaranteed supply and support.