Today, AMD filled out the bottom of their APU lineup with the Athlon 200GE. The socket AM4 processor features 2 cores and 4 threads that run at a maximum frequency of 3.2Ghz, as well as a Vega IGP with 3 compute units. While the chip has a locked multiplier and no precision boost tech like the Ryzen 3 2200G, at $55 MSRP, it's nearly half the price. AMD also updated their Ryzen Pro processor lineup with the same silicon AMD's 12nm, Zen+ consumer CPUs use. The Athlon 200GE will be available on September 18, with higher frequency Athlons coming later, while the 2nd gen Ryzen Pro processors will show up in OEM systems soon. "We are proud to expand our successful 'Zen' core-based consumer and commercial product portfolios today with the addition of AMD Athlon, AMD Athlon PRO, and 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen PRO desktop processors. The new Athlon desktop processors, now incorporating the advanced "Zen" core and "Vega" graphics architectures, energize a legendary processor brand in AMD Athlon - a brand that consumers and PC enthusiasts alike trusted throughout nearly two decades of innovation," said Saeid Moshkelani, senior vice president and general manager, Client Compute, AMD. "Additionally, we are continuing to offer business PC users more processing power than we ever have before with the launch of 2nd Gen Ryzen PRO desktop processors into the commercial market."