AMD dished out some exciting details for its upcoming Ryzen 4000 Series laptop processors during its Financial Analyst Day 2020, with presentation slides suggesting it will eclipse the performance of Intel’s Ice Lake chips.
The laptop market was arguably the one area AMD lagged behind the competition, after closing the gap with Intel for desktop processors and making huge strides in the graphics card market in recent years.
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