May 18, 2017 06:58 PM EDT
According to to AMD's promise, AMD Ryzen Mobile chips will be launched in the second half of 2017. Likewise, AMD announced the coming of AMD Ryzen Pro for commercial PCs.
According to PCWorld, AMD's financial analyst just announced the company's promise to offer the AMD Ryzen Mobile chips for its fans in the second half of the year. This will come along with the AMD Ryzen Pro for commercial PCs as part of the upcoming Vega graphics core.
The AMD Ryzen Pro for commercial PCs will be followed by the Ryzen 7 Pro 1700, Ryzen 5 Pro 1600, Ryzen 5 Pro 1400 and Ryzen Pro 3 1200, Videocardz reported. The AMD roadmap for this year clearly shows the company's plan for a massive release of its AMD Ryzen Pro chips. Besides, this will surely bring the profit of the company to goes higher for it's what the gamers and tech enthusiasts have been waiting for, and they're eager to spend money for the Ryzen chips.
According to AMD Client's and Computing Group Teams Senior Vice President and General Manager, Jim Anderson stated that the company has been already welcomed by their hardware partners. It had been also cleared that the previous existing AMD Ryzen 7,5, and 3 which were sold for laptops are just a trial to test the Ryzen Mobile chip. "We have been working for a couple of months with our partners to bring the new Ryzen Mobile chip to market," Anderson said.
Apart from this, AMD promised that the AMD Ryzen Mobile chip will not be left behind for it will feature long battery life, phenomenal gaming experience for a 2-in-1 PC, and great performance on productivity. AMD hopes and will do everything to provide at least some of the key elements of the AMD Ryzen Mobile Chip. On the other hand, AMD does not mention much about the coming of the AMD Ryzen Pro, how fast it is as well as the cost, but the company believes that it will be comparable on what Intel would offer for commercial PCs.
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