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AMD Ryzen Pro 7 4750U/ Ryzen 5 4650U Mobile laptops – what to expect, complete list

By Andrei Girbea - @ andreigirbea , last updated on November 18, 2020

Earlier this year, Lenovo and HP announced a handful of AMD 4000 Pro Mobile business laptops, and the platform is finally available.

The Ryzen 4000 Pro lineup includes three APU options: Ryzen 7 4750U (8C/16T, Vega 7 graphics), Ryzen 5 4650U (6C/12T, Vega 6 graphics), and Ryzen 3 4450U (4C/ 8T, Vega 5 graphics).

OEMs can configure these at between 12.5 to 25W in their various implementations, so you should expect performance and efficiency on par with the consumer Ryzen 4000 models, and a significant boost over the rumored (for now) Intel Comet Lake vPro lineup, which tops at the 6C/12t Core i7-10810U.

They’re also a significant step-up from the previous Ryzen 3000 Pro series, as illustrated in AMD’s marketing materials included below.

These Ryzen 4000 Pro processors are built on the same 7 nm Zen2 Renoir architecture as the consumer Ryzen products, but integrate a couple of extra “AMD Pro” technologies:

  • Pro Security – AMD works with Microsoft and the OEMs to implement various security features designed to protect your sensitive data;
  • Pro Manageability – cloud and traditional management support, designed to help the IT department manage, update and troubleshoot notebooks;
  • Pro Business ready – hardware and software support for up to 24-months, as well as enterprise-grade QA.

What does this all mean for us, regular buyers?

Well, pretty much that AMD hardware is going to be implemented in better laptops this year, which is excellent news, considering the good job AMD did with this hardware generation.

They’re still not winning the highest tier designs, though, such as the ThinkPad X1 Carbon, the ExpertBook B9 or the Latitude 14. For now.

Anyway, before we get to the list of Ryzen 4000 Pro laptops available in 2020, here’s a quick specs sheet of these APUs, and a quick comparison to the Intel Comet Lake Core i7-10810U, currently the best alternative from team Blue.

AMD Ryzen 7 4750U AMD Ryzen 5 4650U AMD Ryzen 3 4450U Intel Core i7-10810U
Build process 7 nm 14++ nm
Generation Zen 2 Comet Lake
TDP 15W (12.5 – 25W) 15W (12.5 – 25W)
Cores/Threads 8/16 6/12 4/8 6/12
CPU Base Frequency 2.0 GHz 2.1 GHz 2.3 GHz 1.1 GHz
CPU Max Turbo 4.2 GHz 4.1 GHz 4.0 GHz 4.7 GHz
L3 Cache 12 MB 11 MB 6 MB 12 MB
Memory Type
up to 64 GB DDR4 3200 MHz,
up to 32 GB LPDDR4x 4266 MHz
up to 64 GB DDR4 2666 MHz,
up to 32 GB LPDDR4x 2933 MHz
Graphics Radeon Vega,  CUs Radeon Vega, 7 CUs Radeon Vega, 6 CUs Intel UHD
GPU Processing Power (FP32) 1.79 TFLOPs 1.43 TFLOPs 1.15 TFLOPs .44 TFLOPs

We’re not talking benchmarks and performance in this article, but I’ll just mention that AMD claims their platform will be on-par with Intel’s in terms of single-core performance, and roughly 1.5 – 2x more capable in multi-threaded loads. Judging by what we know about the consumers Ryzen 7 4800U/4700U implementations so far, that’s most likely not far fetched.

Most OEMs are still going to offer Intel and AMD configurations of their products, so we’ll know how the two compare in a similar chassis in due time.

For now, this article gathers a complete selection of all the Ryzen 4000 Pro ultraportable business announced right now. Like most of our lists, this one is also a work in progress, and some of the info is based on rumors and early leaks. Thus, if you spot errors or know of any product that should be in here and is not, please give us a heads-up in the comments section at the end of the article.

Model Format Screen Hardware Battery Weight Starting Price
Lenovo ThinkPad E14/E15 Clamshell 14-15″ – multiple options up to Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U, optional Radeon graphics,
up to 64 GB DDR4-3200 RAM (2x DIMM),
1x PCIe x4 storage + 2.5″ bay (on L15)
45 Wh from 1.6 kg / 3.56 lbs from $649
Lenovo ThinkPad P14s Clamshell 14″ IPS FHD matte/touch up to 500-nits up to Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U,
up to 48 GB DDR4-3200 RAM (16 GB soldered + 1x DIMM),
1x PCIe x4 storage
50 Wh 1.5 kg / 3.4 lbs from $949
Lenovo ThinkPad T14 Clamshell 14″- multiple options up to Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U,
up to 48 GB DDR4-3200 RAM (16 GB soldered, 1x DIMM),
1x PCIe x4 storage
50 Wh 1.45 kg / 3.2 lbs from $849
Lenovo ThinkPad T14s Clamshell 14″- multiple options up to Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U,
up to 32 GB DDR4-3200 RAM (soldered),
1x PCIe x4 storage
57 Wh 1.28 kg / 2.8 lbs from $949
Lenovo ThinkPad X13 Clamshell 13″ FHD – multiple options up to Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U,
up to 32 GB DDR4-3200 RAM (soldered),
1x PCIe x4 storage
48 Wh 1.3 kg / 2.9 lbs from $849
HP Elitebook 845/855 G7 Clamshell 14/15″ IPS FHD matte/touch 1000+ nits up to Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U,
up to 32 GB DDR4-3200 (2x DIMMs),
1x PCIe x4
56 Wh 1.45 kg / 3.2 lbs – 14 inch
1.7 kg / 3.75 lbs – 15 inch
from $1499
HP ProBook x360 435 G7 Convertible 13.3″ IPS FHD touch up to Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U,
up to 16 GB DDR4-3200 (soldered),
1x PCIe x4 storage
45 Wh 1.5 kg / 3.3 lbs from $799
HP ProBook 445/455 G7 Clamshell 14/15″ IPS – multiple options up to Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U,
up to 16 GB DDR4-3200 (soldered),
1x PCIe x4 storage + 2.5″ bay
45 Wh 1.6 kg / 3.55 lbs from $649
HP ProBook 635 Aero G7 Convertible 13.3″ IPS FHD touch 1000+ nits up to Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U,
up to 32 GB DDR4-3200 (2x DIMMs),
1x PCIe x4
53 Wh .99 kg / 2.2 lbs from $1549

Lower-tier configurations based on AMD Ryzen 5 Pro 4650U and consumer Ryzen 7/5 APUs are also available for most of the devices listed above.

Look for updates in the near future, and also check out our detailed list of consumer Ryzen 4000 U laptops, as well as our list of performance Ryzen 4000 H notebooks.

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Andrei Girbea, Editor-in-Chief of Ultrabookreview.com. I've been covering mobile computers since the 2000s and you'll mostly find reviews and thorough guides written by me here on the site.

3 Comments

  1. tomas

    October 4, 2020 at 5:21 pm

    Looks like the weight figures for T14/T14s got mixed up and should be the other way around.

  2. Schuyler

    October 9, 2020 at 7:35 pm

    Have your tried to order one of these though? My last order was with HP on sept 17, was just delayed until December 3. Prob cancelling and going with something Tiger lake based. It was a 445 G7 w/ a 4750U.

  3. jm

    November 25, 2020 at 6:55 pm

    it seems that t14 and p14s are strictly the same (same user manual and hardware maintenance guide), except t14 support officialy 32 Go (un-oficially 48), chassis material seems better for t14 (some magnesium) and cad and other applications certified on p14s (more pro usage). two heat pipe (t14s is really different only one heat pipe, manuals are different, no RJ45). T14/P14s have also a nvme pci3 x2 (not x4) 2242 slot used for wwan card, but can also contain a ssd (slower due to x2). Not seem possible on T14s. See PSREF lENOVO and manuals.

    In France, P14s is cheaper but I think only chassis and perhaps nvme ssd brand could explain the difference of price (or a commercial decision).

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