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AMD Holds Ryzen 4000 Mobile Processors Virtual Launch


A lot of businesses have felt the impact brought by COVID-19, the illness caused by SARS-CoV 2, from retail establishments to even electronics production. Not even the tech giants of this industry were able to resist the impact of this deadly disease. It not only posed a threat to the health of the people, but it also showed the flaw of each nation's health systems that ultimately put a large toll on the economy.


To continue the progress of technology, tech brands have shifted their product launches and updates to online, leveraging the power of the internet to be able to continue the betterment of technology. In this regard, AMD, one of the well-known brands and probably the leader of the CPU market in terms of user-base, has recently held a virtual launch of its Ryzen 4000 Mobile Processors.


The Ryzen 4000 Mobile Processors will be seen on gaming laptops from popular manufacturers such as ASUS, Lenovo, Legion, HP, MSI, Acer, to name a few. The new Ryzen mobile processors will enable more performance that will not only be beneficial for gaming but will also further the device's performance on productivity tasks.


AMD's Ryzen H processors are set to equip laptops with up to 8-cores with 16-threads, and up to a Vega 8 graphics chip. The specs would make some think that laptops of this caliber will be on a larger form factor build. But since these processors' TDPs do not exceed 50W, it enabled manufacturers to equip them on thin form factors, enabling more performance to mobility focused individuals.

AMD partner brands will soon release their full lineup of Ryzen 4000 series mobile processors equipped laptops this quarter. And as we all have been accustomed to, AMD enables better performance for a much cheaper price than its competition. So, its safe to assume that new Ryzen 4000 mobile processor equipped gaming and productivity laptops will have reasonable prices.

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