Confirming said plans the folks over at ATi Forum managed to snag a roadmap and some additional details about what might be the first Ontario-based products -- a pair of chips code-named Zacate. The roadmap lists a single-core chip with a TDP of 18W and a dual-core chip with a 25W TDP. Both chips are said to feature DirectX 11 graphics and will be presented in a laptop-friendly BGA form factor.
AMD hasn't spoken publicly about Zacate yet, but if these are Ontario chips, their CPU cores should be based on the company’s new Bobcat processor architecture. The only thing that seems a bit out of place is the power consumption figures. At 18W for a single-core, the new all-in-one chips consume significantly more power than Intel's top-end Atom chips, so these may actually compete in the ultrathin notebook market against its rival upcoming CULV offerings.