Asus confirmed that the upcoming Zenbook 14 notebook will use the Ryzen 7000 series processor with iGPU. Although the official website does not list the specific specifications of the processor used, there are many AMD naming rules on mobile processors, and you can probably guess that it will be a Zen 3 architecture processor.
ASUS Turkey’s official website recently added a product page for the Zenbook 14 notebook, which shows that this notebook will use AMD’s Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 processors. The Ryzen 7 version will use the new Ryzen 7 7730U processor.
However, although this Ryzen 7 7730U belongs to the new Ryzen 7000 series, due to its model name 7730U, there is a high chance that it will be a low-power 8-core Refresh type processor built using the Zen 3 architecture.
AMD’s mobile processors have always been equipped with an iGPU, and this Ryzen 7 7730U of course also has an iGPU, but ASUS only stated on the official website that it is an AMD Radeon GPU, and did not mention the specific model. And if the Ryzen 7 7730U is indeed a Refresh version of the Zen 3 architecture processor, then it should also be equipped with a Vega architecture GPU.
As for the Zenbook 14 itself, it is a 14-inch 2.5K notebook with a screen peak brightness of 400 nits and covering 100% of the sRGB color gamut. The notebook also has a 75Wh battery.
At present, there is not much news about the Ryzen 7 7000 series mobile processor. According to the list compiled by VideoCardz, currently known processors include Ryzen 7 7730U, Ryzen 5 7640U, 7630U, 7520U, and Ryzen 3 7420U. Among them, only Ryzen 5 7640U is Zen 4 architecture, while Ryzen 5 7520U and Ryzen 3 7429U are products of Zen 2 architecture. VideoCardz expects AMD to announce more news about the Ryzen 7 7000 series mobile processors at CES 2023.