After years of talks, demonstrations and endless delays AMD is delivering its Fusion Family of Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. It’s been a long road since completing their $5.4 billion merger with ATI that promised to bring CPU and GPU together, and Intel even managed to beat them to the punch with Later this year AMD will also launch the 32nm architecture A-Series "Llano" APU for mainstream laptops and desktops, with four cores and a DirectX 11 graphics, followed by "Zambezi" desktop chips with four to eight Bulldozer cores.