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AMD’s CEO Lisa Su will be hosting a virtual keynote at CES 2021

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The CTA did announce that CES 2021 will be going virtual but will be held like every other year from January 6-9 and now it has been confirmed that AMD’s CEO Dr. Lisa Su will be taking part in this event as well.

Who can forget her keynote where she introduced the revolutionary Ryzen 4000 APUs for the first time ever? So, naturally, we have a lot of expectations from team Red at every CES that is one of the best tech events globally.

AMD did confirm the fact that they will be participating in the event and their CEO Dr. Lisa Su will be giving the keynote that should reveal some important launches of their wide portfolio of products. Even though it might be an all-digital event, but also we can get insights into the upcoming Zen 3 based mobile APUs and even ThreadRipper CPUs.


Not to forget AMD’s leaked Cezanne APUs and the complete 2021-2022 Ryzen roadmap that even says AMD can bring RDNA 2 to mobile in both discrete and integrated format. Both Van Gogh & Cezanne processors are being rumored to change the next generation of mobile computing and an answer to Intel’s Tiger Lake CPUs with new Xe graphics.

Before that, all eyes are on AMD’s upcoming launches scheduled on October 8th for upcoming Zen 3 based Ryzen CPUs and on October 28th for the next-gen RDNA 2 based Radeon RX 6000 series GPUs.

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Raunak Saha
Raunak Saha
A cs engineer by profession but foodie from heart. I am tech lover guy who has a passion for singing. Football is my love and making websites is my hobby.


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