Minisforum teases AMD Ryzen 8000 “Hawk Point” powered 3-in-one Windows Tablet

Minisforum’s new V3 AMD tablet boasts Ryzen 8000 silicon and a 2.5K 165Hz screen

As part of their latest teaser for their AMD-powered V3 tablet, Minisforum revealed that their new device would boast a 2.5K 165Hz screen. The Minisforum V3 AMD tablet is due to launch next year as a three-in-one device. The device will be usable as a tablet, and as a notebook (with an attachable keyboard). This device can also be used as a portable display for other devices.

Minisforum previously revealed that their new V3 AMD tablet would feature a Ryzen 8000 series “Hawk Point” CPU. This was an accidental reveal from Minisforum, who revealed this detail through a now deleted press release. AMD’s current-generation CPUs are part of the company’s Ryzen 7000 series. This means that Minisforums’ new Windows tablet will feature a next-generation AMD CPU.

AMD has not revealed their Ryzen 8000 “Hawk Point” processor. Currently, this mobile CPU is expected to feature Zen 4 CPU cores and RDNA 3 (possibly RDNA 3.5) graphics. The CPU is also expected to feature a dedicated XDNA AI processor, and use TSMC 4nm silicon. AMD’s due to reveal Ryzen 8000 series mobile CPUs at CES 2024.

Minisforum has also confirmed that their new V3 AMD tablet will feature a 14-inch 2.5K screen that features a 165Hz refresh rate. It is probable that this screen will be a 2560×1600 or 2560×1440 display.

Previous announcements from Minisforum reveal that their new tablet will feature a next-generation AMD mobile processor that will operate within a 22-28W power envelope. AMD’s “Hawk point” CPU is expected to be a refined version of their existing “Phoenix Point” mobile CPUs. As such, users can expect higher performance levels and greater levels of power efficiency.

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