There was a brief excitement over the weekend when HP seems to have leaked the existence of an unheard of AMD CPU series. One of its all-in-one machines, with a 24-inch and 27-inch appearance, the color is star blank or star forest, and it is obviously equipped with a 12th generation Intel CPU or AMD Ryzen 7000 series chip.
Judging from the number of errors on the page alone, I am pretty sure we can attribute it to human error. Many human errors. Honestly, take a look.
SSD is not only called SSE, but it is full of typos (Is there anyone at Intel?) and unfilled citations-footnotes are up to 2 and the superscripted entry after the Ryzen 7000 series is 5. This new machine is about to be launched, and the link to this machine has also been broken.
The whole page is basically a mess.
So far, no one has heard of the Ryzen 7000 series because it does not exist. This ignores the fact that we will skip Ryzen 6000 series chips altogether. My money was spent on some poor interns who bounced their faces off the delete button too eagerly when they played Ryzen 7 5000.
HP should probably get someone to check its marketing materials.
Although the page is in this state, the fact that the page is still valid is not a good sign. HP is a big company, but this either leaked embargoed information, or it was more likely just a mess. Either way, no one seems to be responsible for it because it is still on the website.