A recent report from WCCFTech claims that AMD's Zen 2-based laptop CPUs won't hit store shelves until some time around Q1 2020. The publication mentions that the release window isn't set in stone yet, but that it makes sense, seeing how AMD just refreshed their Ryzen APU lineup with 12nm silicon at CES. The performance per $ of the 7nm mobile processors is supposedly "very competitive" compared to Intel's current lineup, but their 10nm CPUs are supposed to hit the shelves around the end of 2019 too. Additionally, Acer, Asus, and HP are the only OEMs that WCCF confirmed will support AMD's 7nm mobility lineup, while Tongfang, Clevo, and MSI are said to be skipping the launch. It appears to be wholly and solely volunteered decision taken by these companies. The rationale behind this is simple, both NVIDIA and Intel provide complimentary support (in the form of technical assistance and marketing support) and availability warranties to these companies, thanks to a healthy relationship and this translates into significant cost savings and QA. AMD does not have the financial ability to provide this level of support right now to everyone (they *are* providing this to some extent to Acer, ASUS and HP) and is not able to provide the relevant warranties - which is why Clevo, Tongfang and MSI feel they do not want to risk picking up AMD 7nm right now.