AMD unveils Ryzen Mobile 3000-Series at CES 2019

AMD unveils Ryzen Mobile 3000-Series at CES 2019

Ryzen chipset

Intensifying its competition with Intel and Qualcomm, American multinational chip manufacturer AMD started off 2019 with a bang by launching the second-generation of its Ryzen laptops processors.

The launch event, which happened at the CES 2019 in Las Vegas, also witnessed the unveiling of Athlon and A-Series Processors for ultrathin, mainstream, and Chromebook laptops.

The company's second generation AMD Ryzen 3000 Series Mobile Processors powering ultrathin and gaming notebooks, is expected to beat Intel’s powerful Core i7-8565U CPU.

In a release issued as part of the CES 2019 in Las Vegas, the company said, "AMD Athlon 300 Series Mobile Processors powering mainstream notebooks with the fast and efficient “Zen” core; and optimised 7th Gen AMD A-Series processors, elevating performance for mainstream Chromebooks."

In addition, AMD announced that starting this quarter, gamers, creators and enthusiasts will be able to install Radeon Software Adrenalin software to bring the latest GPU features and game optimisations to all systems powered by AMD Ryzen Processors with Radeon Graphics.

AMD Client Compute senior vice president and general manager Saeid Moshkelani said users expect mobile PCs that excel at both everyday tasks and compute-heavy experiences, and with the latest mobile processor portfolio AMD offers exactly that across all levels of the market.

Consumers will be able to purchase the first 2nd Gen Ryzen mobile powered notebooks starting in Q1, with more systems expected to launch throughout 2019. These new notebooks will be coming through Acer, ASUS, Dell, HP, Huawei, Lenovo, and Samsung this year.

Starting in Q1 2019, AMD plans to provide regular Radeon Software Adrenalin updates for all Ryzen Processors with Radeon Vega graphics via, enabling frequent support for new games, new features, improved performance and more robust stability.

The AMD A6-9220C processor provides up to 23% faster web browsing and up to 24% faster web application performance than the Intel Pentium N4200 and Celeron N3350, respectively. It is up to 3.2X faster email performance and up to 74% higher office application productivity than the Intel Pentium N4200 and Celeron N3350, respectively.

Dell Consumer and Small Business Product Group Senior Vice President Ray Wah said the company is excited to offer AMD’s 2nd Gen Ryzen Mobile and Radeon solutions in our mainstream Inspiron 5000 laptops and 2-in-1s in the coming months, giving our customers even more choice for their computing experiences.

"AMD's latest Ryzen mobile processors with Radeon Vega Graphics are expected to deliver multi-tasking performance users want, while also enabling the modern PC features they need," said Wah.