It looks like AMD’s Ryzen CPUs will indeed be making their way into notebooks by the second half of 2017. This announcement was made during the company’s Financial Analyst Day briefing that took place earlier today.
Aside from that, the mobile CPU will also be making appearance in 2-in-1 PCs and more gaming-oriented system in the near future. Not only that, users will also be seeing APUs that feature Ryzen CPU and Vega GPU which could be a really interesting combination with potentially high performance output in all front.
At the same briefing, AMD has also introduced a new segment of Ryzen CPUs called Ryzen Pro that are mainly targeted at the professional market. Not much was said about these processors other than the fact that they are able to outperform Intel’s Core i5-7500 CPU in certain benchmarks.
Not to forget, AMD has also stated that Ryzen 3 CPUs will be made available in Q3 of 2017. This should be a great news for consumers that have been waiting to get their hands on the budget-friendly Ryzen processors.
All in all, it looks like 2017 is going to be a big year for AMD in terms of its CPU offerings. The company is expected talk more about its upcoming processors during Computex 2017.