We'd like to say that we've discovered a new processor that will show up in retail eventually, but we cannot make that promise, much as we would like.
That is because the chip in question will more likely be sold directly to OEMs (Original Equipment manufacturers).
Still, since Biostar did us a favor by exposing its specifications, it would not do to let that data stay hidden from people's sight.
We should first say that Biostar did not make any loud and bold statements. The information we are about to provide is part of the recent CPU support information update
A4-3450 is the name of the accelerated processing unit. The unit has two x86 cores, running at 2.9 GHz (100 MHz faster than the A4-3420, also OEM-only).
The only other exposed detail, not counting the part number (AD3450OJZ22HX), is the TDP of 65 Watts.