Tongfang GK5NR-O, GK7NP-R (Ryzen 4000 mobile)

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    Looks similar to Mag 15u, probably the same chassis
     
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    It looks like they will also want to make another "thin" model with 4800H:
    S2 Air:
    Aluminum-magnesium alloy
    Weight 1.13 kg and thickness 16.8 mm
    AMD Ryzen R7 4800H with 45W TDP
    Ethernet, MicroSD card slot
    3 x USB-A interfaces and 1x USB-C
    Source and pictures can be seen at (in Chinese): https://m.ithome.com/html/486765.htm
     
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    base on the keyboard layout... in comparison to the earlier model CODE1 u've shared, this "S2" seems like a smaller screen sized variant. Ehh... 14inch maybe?​
     
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    Here is a statement from XMG rep in XMG official sub-Reddit regarding battery capacity:
    We hear the feedback on battery capacity but the ODM has concerns. Lithium-Polymer is expensive and has long lead-times at the supplier's side. We do try to lobby for larger batteries in future revisions but right now I wouldn't get my hope up. Me personally, I'm totally fine with 46Wh - but I guess I'm a bit old-school and just refuse to buy into this 'all-day battery life' convenience craze. Just get a 2nd charger and stash it wherever you do your computing. If you need longer battery life, XMG FUSION 15 has got you covered.
    Source: https://www.reddit.com/r/XMG_gg/com...s_basically_the_european_eluktronics/fr1ciuu/
     
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    Ah, it’s definitely a Covid19 supply chain thing.

    I’ll be waiting to see if someone on this forum can put a bigger battery. Contrary to what xmg is saying, it seems like that would be pretty simple.
     
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    So, now... XMG Core is Eluktronik Matrx, right?
     
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    Yes
     
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    Couldn't deny on that... Currently the first waves of the Renoir based systems made by TongFang, Clevo comes with mediocre GPU as well as battery sizes. The OEMs like MSI, Asus, Lenovo are doing the same... I guess we'll hv to wait till 3rd¼ until the major five pushes out the better configurations of medium lvl power and graphics package.
     
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