AMD claims the Radeon 4300 series GPU units will deliver 3.7 times the performance of their previous GPUs; and will even consume less power, meaning a longer battery life. In order to keep track of power consumption the 4300 series GPU will take advantage of integrated ATI Powerplay technology. The built-in Microsoft DirectX 10 support means the Radeon 4300 series devices will be fully compatible with Windows Vista, and will also support the Aero graphics interface. AMD quotes that users of the Mobility Radeon 4330 will be able to experience full HD quality content, including HD video editing, Blu-ray media, Picture-in-Picture (PIP) media, High definition photos, and users wil also be able play the most popular and demanding 3D games to date. Unfortunately at this time there is no information on GPU clock speeds, graphics memory capacity, or price. The AMD Radeon 4000 series GPUs were announced in January, 2009 and were rumored to have a release date sometime close to June later that year.