Despite the announcement of a large number of laptops during the last IFA exhibition in Berlin, none of these laptops contained an AMD Ryzen Mobile chip. Manufacturers give different explanations.
Computerbase makes a reference to the GeForce Partner Program. Notebookcheck claimed earlier this year that this program is responsible for the low number of laptops with Kaby Lake-G chips with Radeon-gpu. This program claimed, among other things, that partners had to link their gaming brands exclusively to Nvidia. In May Nvidia stopped this program.
At reviews of the HP Envy x360 and the Acer Swift 3 it is found that the mobile Ryzen 5 is smooth but leaves much to be desired in battery life