Seems that AMD CEO Hector Ruiz's international anti-monopoly campaign against Intel is finally starting to pay dividends – for the first time in seven years Toshiba is offering a notebook based on an AMD processor.

According to The Inquirer, Toshiba has opted to go the AMD route due to "market demand and more competitive pricing".
The Toshiba Satellite A215 series of notebooks sport AMD dual-core Turions and users will be able to choose from seven different units.
Prices for the Satellite series will vary from $890 for an entry-level machine, to $1 250 for the top of the range.
More detailed specifications available at Theinquirer.net.