The Chinese manufacturer Mechrevo shows the first notebook that comes with a Ryzen 4000H combination processor without an additional graphics chip. In the model named Code 01, the integrated graphics unit is allowed to show its strengths with a configured Thermal Design Power (TDP) of 54 watts. Normally, manufacturers combine H-processors with a dedicated graphics chip, like Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1660 Ti. On the other hand, the 15 watt TDP limits the clock rates of flat notebooks with Ryzen 4000U.
Without an additional GPU, the notebook is easier to cool, and there is also plenty of room for the battery – with 91 watt hours, the latter falls short according to the overview in the forum of Notebook Review This is a huge amount for a device of this type. 16 GBytes of dual-channel DDR4-3200 RAM make the notebook fit not only for working, but also for gaming (with limitations in graphics settings).
The rest of the equipment includes a 15.6 inch coarse display with full sRGB coverage (no further details given), a PCI Express SSD, Wi-Fi 6 (WLAN 802.11ax) and an aluminum chassis weighing just under 1.5 kg. As an alternative to the eight-core Ryzen 7 4800H processor, the notebook is supposed to be equipped with the six-core Ryzen 5 4600H.
Mechrevo itself has no distribution in Europe. However, the company relies on a barebone system from the manufacturer Tongfang for the Code 01, with which the German provider Schenker also cooperates, for example in XMG notebooks with Ryzen 4000H and Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 2060. A market launch in Germany would therefore be conceivable.