Asus recently announced that they are gonna be rolling out the first Ryzen cpu laptops in August. The model announced is gonna be an all AMD built with a RX 570/580 graphics card. It's gonna support all AMD Ryzen cpu's up to the Ryzen 7 1700 8-core cpu with a TDP of 65 watts. Bearing in mind that Intel's latest i7 7700HQ on laptop is a 4-core cpu with 45 Watts TDP that's a huge technological leap. I was thrilled when i read that news because not only Intel hasn't created something so powerful for laptops but Ryzen cpu's are also a lot more affordable. From pure gaming perspective this is awesome but i have read that for content creators,video editors,producers etc., AMD still has to prove its worth concerning the drivers and stability. The reason i was so excited about all this is because i thought that maybe we could see, in the near future, a more affordable Razer Blade without having to compromise on power. Razer wants both gamers and editors/producers to use their system so i think that in the end they are gonna go with the one that can do it all. I am not really deep into tech stuff concerning content creators,video editors etc., and i don't know if AMD will actually gain their trust to use their hardware. I would appreciate it if you guys can share your knowledge and opinion on the matter. p.s. Sorry for the long post.