The Ryzen 9 7940HS, the firm’s leading component, was compared against Apple’s M1 Pro at AMD’s CES 2023 presentation, and the company claimed that its most recent chip is 30% quicker. AMD introduced its Ryzen 7000 family of mobile CPUs to be utilized in different classes of laptops.
One keen observer noticed that the corporation hired workers utilizing a 14-inch MacBook Pro to display the performance slides, the same device sporting either the M1 Pro or the M1 Max while making its presentation. Some individuals will undoubtedly make a meme the irony. Ian Zelbo posted the humorous results of AMD’s CES 2023 presentation on Twitter. Later, he noticed two additional Macs used to display performance slides for Ryzen CPUs and compare various data to the M1 Pro.
Bruh😭 AMD is running their CES keynote on 14’’ MacBook Pro’s after roasting the M1 Pro pic.twitter.com/E9JWUBJLZp
— Ian Zelbo (@ianzelbo) January 5, 2023
Although it would be tempting to blame AMD, this is not their responsibility. Companies often hire outside production teams to help them with such events, and these hired workers are furnished with top-of-the-line MacBook Pro models. The justification for possessing MacBooks is straightforward: customers will convert to a MacBook for a dependable job that demands equipment to perform flawlessly without interruption. Due to their more considerable CPU and GPU core counts, a MacBook Pro with an M1 Pro or M1 Max will be utilized for heavy activities.
Other Twitter users were nice enough to point out that AMD was not to blame for this error since the firm couldn’t determine which devices different production teams would utilize during the presentation. It is conceivable that these individuals would have been using Windows-based computers, potentially with AMD CPUs, if AMD had employed a separate manufacturing team.