AMD has recently announced their new Ryzen PRO mobile CPUs for professional and enterprise notebooks. Part of the Ryzen 6000 family of Zen3+-based CPUs, the Ryzen 6000 PRO will use the xx50 designation which follows the same naming strategy AMD uses for mid-release upgrades and refresh like in the upcoming Radeon RX xx50 GPUs.
The Ryzen 6000 PRO CPUs are already on their way to laptop and OEM partners and will see 11 SKUs which are divided into subseries performance class. The H-series will be rated for 45W, similar to what we see on gaming and enthusiast laptops while the U-series will have 28W for general thin and light designs and a 15W rating for the U-series rounds out the Ryzen 6000 PRO lineup.
The flagship model will be the 8-core Ryzen 9 Pro 6980HS capable of a 4.9Ghz boost clock on top its base 3.3Ghz. All Ryzen 6000 PRO CPUs are built on 6nm Zen3+ with the exception of the U-series which will be using Zen3 7nm. AMD includes Radeon RX 600 GPUs internal GPUs on the Ryzen 6000 PRO with the Ryzen 9 Pro and Ryzen 7 Pro running Radeon RX 680M GPUs.
Current launch models include products from Lenovo and HP.