The Edge HD-3 integrates AMD's 1.65 GHz E450 Zacate APU and consumes only 30 watts under load.
About the size of an average paperback book, Sapphire says that the PC is powerful enough to serve as a fully featured PC for home, casual gaming, education or business. Included in the package are 4GB of DDR3 memory, a 320GB hard drive and built in wireless connectivity as well as high speed LAN port, HDMI, two USB 3.0 and two USB 2.0 ports. The E450 processor includes a Radeon HD 6320 (508 / 600 MHz) graphics core.
There was no information about pricing, but we expect retail prices to be in close range to the previous, Atom-based HD2 model, which currently sells for about $550 with Windows 7, Vista or Windows XP preinstalled.