Apple and AMD have just announced that the new MacBook Pro notebooks will arrive in November sporting shiny new Radeon Pro Vega graphics hardware. There are two specific designs coming to the new fruity laptops, the Pro Vega 20 and the Pro Vega 16. This represents the first time the Vega GPUs have appeared on their own in notebook form, with AMD promising “world-class HD gaming” from the cut-down mobile versions of its top graphics silicon. We have, of course, already seen a little Vega mobile goodness in the form of the Kaby Lake G processors resulting from the unholy union of AMD and Intel. That coupling produced the Vega M graphics component, which is actually a little more powerful than the standalone option that AMD is saddling the ultra-expensive MacBook Pro machines with. The top Radeon Pro Vega 20 GPU has - you guessed it - 20 next-gen compute units (nCU) inside it, which translates to 1,280 Graphics Core Next (GCN) cores. The Vega M GH Intel has shipped contains 24 nCUs, for a total of 1,536 GCN cores.