Palomino pictures from CeBIT
ASCII24 has some information on Palomino as seen at CeBIT. While Palomino is still fabbed at the 0.18 micron process, the core is smaller, cooler, and faster than Thunderbird. In addition to Athlons with the Palomino core, AMD was demoing a 1.53GHz Thunderbird. It turns out that the Thunderbird has a little more headroom but there was no word on a release date if ever.
The first thing that jumps out at you is that the Palomino core is longer than the Thunderbird core. The mobile version of Palomino that AMD was showing features 128KB L1 cache, 256KB L2 cache (both running at core speed), 200MHz DDR FSB, 462 pin flip chip PGA, and PowerNow! technology support. PC Watch
has a similar article with more pictures. The AMD 762 North Bridge
on the AMD 760MP looks just like the K6-2. Thanks to Firestone for the PC Watch link.