As the new AMD Fusion is coming to the market, consumers seem to be jumping all over the HP revision of the hardware, though another competitor is stepping in, namely Dell. Availability will be coming soon to the states, but their new Inspiron M102z comes in at various price points including $599, $699, and $749. The middle of the road model comes in at a price point of $699 and features a AMD E-350 processor at 1.6GHz, 4GB of RAM, Radeon HD 6310 graphics, and a 11.6-inch screen that boasts a 1366 x 768 resolution. The low end model takes away some processor speed, bringing it to 1GHz and also cuts the RAM in half along with a slower graphics chip. The high end model features everything that the $699 version does, though it also adds on a TV tuner, which should enhance the multimedia and AMD Fusion experience even more.