Among AMD’s announcements today we come across a new SoC, the AMD Mendocinowhich in essence we could translate that the company will bring the SoC that brings the Steam Deck to life on laptops, obviously it’s not exactly the same thing, but it translates into access to a processor with a configuration of 4 cores and 8 processing threads using the architecture AMD Zen2 to a manufacturing process 6nm from TSMC, cores accompanied by the company’s most advanced graphics architecture, and this is none other than the AMD RDNA2which will be more than enough to run undemanding games, without forgetting to offer all the codecs necessary to enjoy a multimedia experience.

AMD Mendocino

known information about AMD Mendocino is completed by which will allow portable equipment to offer up to 10 hours of battery lifeand the most important and interesting of all is that it will bring to life a wide variety of low-cost portable equipment, which will start at $399 up to $699 in its most advanced variant.

Of course, the cheaper versions would also be linked to the ChromeOS operating system, while the more advanced will arrive with Windows 11 pre-installed. Regarding availability, we are talking about the first teams with this SoC arriving Later this year.