AMD just launched its new "Mendocino" Ryzen 7000 series processor that is affordable and provides all-day battery backup.
The U-series processor chip is designed based on an older AMD ZEN 2 technology and the 6-nanometer architecture comes with the latest CPU.
The 6-nanometer architecture helps to deliver an excellent battery life at an affordable price.
The Mendocino processor is part of AMD's "everyday computing"
The Ryzen 5 7520U, Ryzen 3 7320U, and the Athlon Gold 7220U are members of the Mendocino lineup.
AMD's first mobile Ryzen 7000 CPU aims at affordability and for an excellent battery backup.