What AMD announced at its CES 2024 press conference focused on AI in personal computers

Chips, chips and more chips.

AMD always brings something interesting to CES — hopefully CES 2024 is no different. The company will livestream its press conference on January 8 at 10AM ET. It will feature AMD's chair and CEO, Dr. Lisa Su, and the company's senior vice president and GM of computing and graphics, Jack Huynh.

What we expect

Like many companies, AMD says its focus for the press conference on AI — in this case, as it pertains to personal computers. The livestream's landing page says that "AMD is powering the end-to-end infrastructure that will define the AI era, from cloud installations to enterprise clusters, AI-enabled intelligent embedded devices and PCs."

If all of that sounds very vague and boring, don't fret: While we don't know exactly what AMD plans to unveil at CES 2024, it's usually the time that the company unveils the CPUs and GPUs that will be in laptops through the coming year. We're hoping to see more of the same, and there's a high chance we'll get some desktop chips as well, in the form of new CPUs with high-end integrated graphics.

AMD unveiled a range of gear at CES 2023, including the Ryzen 9 7945HX processor, the RX 7700S and RX 7600S for thin and light notebooks and the Radeon RX 7600M XT and 7600M for high fps 1080p gaming.

Tune in to AMD's live stream here to see what new offerings it has this year.

What AMD announced

If you missed AMD's CES 2024 press conference live, we have a recap video that'll take less than seven minutes of your time to watch. Spoiler alert: highlights include new Ryzen 800G desktop chips with AI and the entry-level Radeon RX 7600 XT, which is designed for 1440p gaming.

We're reporting live from CES 2024 in Las Vegas from January 6-12. Keep up with all the latest news from the show here.