AMD has just published another one of their now-famous Llano teaser videos that compares one of the company's upcoming mobile accelerated processing units against an Intel Sandy Bridge CPU, and the video concludes that the Sabine platform can provide users with improved battery life. The two mobile systems that were compared in the video use similar configurations, and the Intel system is powered by a Core i7-2620M processor, while the AMD machine sports an A8-3500M APU. As most of you already know, the i7-2620M is a dual-core processor that comes clocked at 2.7GHz (3.4GHz in Turbo mode) and packs an HD 3000 on-die GPU as well as support for Intel's Hyper-Threading technology that enables it to process up to four threads at a time. On the other hand, the AMD A8-3500M APU features a native quad-core design, a 1.5GHz base clock that can be raised up to 2.4GHz by the Turbo Core technology, and a Radeon HD 6620G graphics core that includes 400 shaders clocked at 444MHz. The two competing solutions were put to the test in two different usage scenarios, standing idle in the Windows desktop and looping 3DMark 06, and both of these tests were won by the AMD system. When in idle, AMD states that Llano can provide 2 hours more of battery life than the Sandy Bridge system, which lasted for 8 hours and 47 minutes. In 3DMark 06, Llano is said to deliver one more hour of battery life than its competitor, while it also reached a much higher score (5649 for Llano vs. 4372 for Sandy Bridge). The video also referred to the native USB 3.0 support found inside Hudson-series chipsets, and AMD claims that its solution is 10% faster than Intel on USB 3.0 transfers. The mobile version of the Llano APU is expected to become official in just a few days from now, on June 14.