AMD at CES: First AMD Powered Chromebooks

AMD CEO Lisa Su just announced the first AMD powered Chromebooks at the company’s CES keynote. The first OEMs to sport AMD’s Ryzen-Radeon duo include Acer and HP. As per Dr. Su, many more OEMs will be adopting the new Ryzen 2nd Gen mobile processors. The finer details are still murky, but stay tuned we’ll update this post as more info surfaces:

AMD at CES: First AMD Powered Chromebooks

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