Thats nothing really new. But you also don't buy laptops with amd onchip gpu for games. Most of the times you have got a desktop system with dedicated card for games - or at least a laptop with dedicated chip - which are really a bad idea as only for U are test solutions available to enable the chip. D does not allow parallel install of gfx drivers. So why should somebody really care about it? More important is accellerated video playback support to save energy - as extra bonus you get since snb i3 even a very fast encoder - i saw gb is working on gstreamer encode support for linux, vaapi exposes that interface as well, but my early speed tests have been a bit disappointing on linux. Using win it is really very fast when you maybe want to do a smaller version of your hd homevideo for your mobile device. I never used an app that uses gstreamer but maybe i try when it is done.