HP Envy x360 to debut Ryzen Mobile with Vega graphics

Ryzen Mobile is the outstanding task of AMD. Processors for the large group of laptops that are the only ones able to grow in sales in the PC market. And that the firm needs “like eating” to compete in the single segment where it currently has no logical alternatives to Intel.

HP Envy x360 to debut Ryzen Mobile with Vega graphics

Envy x360 with Ryzen

Ryzen Mobile should be the solution for a vast market that covers classic, ultra-lightweight, portable, gaming laptops, mobile workstations, 2-in-1 convertibles, and even AIOs and mini-PCs. Where they are also commonly used. Its importance is evident and points to a timely launch for the holiday season.

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If in many desks many users build or upgrade their computers buying boards. And processors in laptops is more complicated. So, it will be essential that AMD has convinced the big manufacturers to use Ryzen Mobile in OEM equipment.

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In this regard, from Video card report an HP Envy x360 (not officially announced) would be the first known to include these processors. Specifically, a model Ryzen 5 2500U, which as the previous APU would consist of CPU, memory controller and GPU in the same package.

Ryzen Mobile

The CPU has four processing cores with a working frequency up to 3.6 GHz. Also, the controller will support up to 16 Gbytes of DDR4 memory. And supports a GPU based on Vega (8 or 10), which we believe may be the big star of the chip.

It is indicated that the TDP consumption of its hardware base. That would not exceed 45 watts to achieve a 10-hour autonomy. That is a value comparable to the current Intel-based version of the HP convertible. Also, it will come with a base configuration with 8 GB DDR4-2400 and an NVD SSD 256 Gbytes.

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So, we will wait for the official announcement. AMD should be confirmed as an alternative to Intel, also in the notebook group.