The new mobile chip from the company is called the Ryzen 7000. Zen 4, Zen 3 Plus, Zen 3, and Zen 2 chips are included in the list.

The potential star of the show is the Zen 4 Ryzen 9 7945HX, which has 16 cores and 32 threads, and has frequencies of 2.2- 5.4 GHz, 80MB cache, and 55-75 watt TDP. There are 16 core in a laptop. These aren't Intel's small efficiency core. There are 16 Zencores in a laptop.

Intel claims that its Core i9-13980HX is the "world's fastest mobile processor". All 16 of the Ryzen's will be going full-speed ahead, even though this chip only has eight performance and 16 efficiency cores. Two eight-core chips are put into one.

We don't know how these two laptops will perform relative to one another and whether or not they will burn a hole in your table until we try them out for ourselves. The Ryzen 9 7945HX is very competitive right now. The chips will deliver a 78 percent increase in Cinebench performance, according to the company. I would not be surprised by that.

Some of the most expensive and extravagant gaming laptops of this year will feature the 7045 series. There will be Alienware's m16 and m18, as well as the ROG STRIX, and the Legion line. I don't know how this chip will work in a laptop, but it will be interesting to watch.

The 7040 is also built on Zen4. Both the Ryzen 9 7940hs and the Ryzen 7 7840hs have eightcores and 16 threads.

One of the selling points of the Zen 3+ 7035 series is its incredible battery life. The Zen 3 7030 series is said to have great battery life.

The 7040 and 7045 laptops are expected to arrive in March and February, respectively.