After a quick overview of the platform, the article focuses on Griffin's power saving features. Split power planes, in particular, should play a big part in increasing battery life, according to Ars. Not only will the two CPU cores throttle independently from each other, but they'll be able to both throttle even if the integrated GPU needs access to main memory. The article also looks at HyperFlash, AMD's riposte to Intel Turbo Memory flash caching technology. HyperFlash should similarly help decrease storage access times and reduce traffic to and from the hard drive.