It has been a while since we last heard about AMD’s new mobile APU family codenamed Carrizo which was officially unveiled to the world around half a year ago. Earlier this week though, the company has announced that it has started rolling out Carrizo-L in China as the 7000 Series mobile APUs with the rest of the world to follow soon.
As you might have heard, Carrizo-L APUs are designed to cater entry-level and mainstream notebooks although users can expect to see them on all-in-one PCs as well. At this moment, the company has released five Carrizo-L models into the market which are listed below:
Somehow, AMD didn’t revealed the actual specifications for the Radeon GPU within these new mobile APUs although we do know that they support DirectX 12 and Windows 10. For users that prefer to have a mobile APU with more firepower, they have to wait for the performance version of Carrizo (shown below) later this quarter.
So far, we have yet to hear any devices that features any of these new AMD 7000 Series APUs in Malaysian market. However, we do expect to see them soon anyway especially after Computex Taipei in early June as many OEMs love to reveal their latest products at the event.