AMD confirms its plan to live stream its CES 2022 Product Premiere

AMD confirms its plan to live stream its CES 2022 Product Premiere

AMD’s plans to demonstrate that 2022 will be a “unforgettable year for gamers”

CES 2022 will be a big event for AMD. The company has stated that 2022 will be an “unforgettable year for gamers, creators and mobile PC users” on the company’s website.

AMD has confirmed that their January 4th CES keynote will “highlight innovations and solutions featuring upcoming AMD Ryzen processors and AMD Radeon graphics”, which means that we should see new products from both the CPU and GPU sides of AMD’s business. AMD’s keynote will be live-streamed, and replays will be available after the event is finished.

On AMD’s website, the company has also stated that their “Club AMD” meeting rooms will include “Next-Level Gaming with AMD Advantage Laptops”, “New commercial laptops featuring AMD Ryzen PRO Mobile Processors”, “AMD Ryzen Mobile Processors for ultrathin notebooks”, and “Custom Built Desktops with AMD Ryzen Processors and AMD Radeon Graphics.”

Currently, AMD is expected to showcase enhanced Zen 3 processors that feature the company’s V-Cache technology. Additionally, AMD is also expected to reveal new Ryzen Mobile processors and Radeon graphics products. AMD’s mention of “creators” on their website also suggests that we will also be seeing new Threadripper series CPUs at the event.

AMD confirms its plan to live stream its CES 2022 Product Premiere

PR – AMD to Host 2022 Product Premiere Livestream Event

AMD today announced that AMD President and CEO Dr. Lisa Su will host its 2022 Product Premiere on January 4, 2022. Dr. Su will highlight innovations and solutions featuring upcoming AMD Ryzen processors and AMD Radeon graphics.

The AMD Product Premiere livestream will be accessible to the public beginning at 10 a.m. EST on Tuesday, January 4 at AMD.com; replays will be available after the conclusion of the livestream event.

You can join the discussion on AMD’s CES 2022 plans on the OC3D Forums.