AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Renoir APU will be available this fall for consumer-grade desktop all-in-ones.

With AMD’s official announcement of the Ryzen 4000 Series Renoir desktop APU, the first all-in-one stakes with the latest chips have been unveiled. Renoir desktop APU is a great choice for users who want a simple desktop but balance a certain amount of productivity. In addition, from the previous generation of Ryzen 5 APU to this generation of Ryzen 7 APU blossoming everywhere, but also reflects the large increase in consumer demand for high-end APU.

AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Renoir APU will be available this fall for consumer-grade desktop all-in-ones.

In the case of Ryzen 7 4700G, this Renoir desktop APU based on the Zen 2 architecture provides an 8-core/ 16-thread CPU with eight sets of RX Vega cores.

AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Renoir APU will be available this fall for consumer-grade desktop all-in-ones.

Unfortunately, early in the release, these processors were intended for OEMs and system integrators only. Even though its performance is 25% higher than that of the previous picasso APU, it is less popular in the consumer market than the three generations of APU.

AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Renoir APU will be available this fall for consumer-grade desktop all-in-ones.

Initially, the company will work with industry-leading system integrators and large PC manufacturers, including Lenovo and HEWLETt-Packard, said Rick Bergman, executive vice president of AMD’s Computing and Graphics division.

AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Renoir APU will be available this fall for consumer-grade desktop all-in-ones.

The good news is that OEMs and system integrators are actively offering a range of solutions, such as Lenovo’s Ryzen 4000G Series APU product line. The highest optional 8-core processor provides excellent graphics performance, but can still be easily loaded into a small PC case and even hung back on a monitor stand.

AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Renoir APU will be available this fall for consumer-grade desktop all-in-ones.

Asrock also offers support for the Ryzen 4000 desktop APU on the X300 board-based Desk Mini system, and more OEM manufacturers can expect standard desktops/all-in-ones for commercial/professional areas.

AMD Ryzen 4000 Series Renoir APU will be available this fall for consumer-grade desktop all-in-ones.

For example, the Lenovo 520C All-In-One, which was exposed a few days ago, is on the back of a 23.8-inch-1080p display, stuffed with the Ryzen 5 4600U APU and 16GB DDR4 memory and 512GB SSD.

HP also offers two 24-inch all-in-ones (24-dp0203d and 24-dp0202d) with the option sleuth 54500 APU and 8GB DDR4 memory plus 256GB PCIe NVMe SSD.

The regular/high-quality version of these products, priced at around $550 /650 USD (approximately 3850 / 4550 MRB) and is expected to be on the market this fall, when we are also expected to see more manufacturers launch new all-in-one products.