Right next or even slightly above (10 greenies?) their G counterparts would make perfect sense.I understand their capabilities, what was the proposed price? If it is too expensive it won't sell compared to cheaper Ryzen 2000 CPUs. Or they are earmarked for OEMs or something.
The old Forbes article has it at $129, same as the 3200G. Current street price is $100... 2200G is $80, and the R3 1200 is sitting at $60.
I can't see shoving another SKU in there and expecting it to sell.