^^ THIS ^^But seriously outside the enthusiasts or professional workspace, any PC capable of using an M.2 for the OS is more than fine for most consumers. Email, Netflix, Facebook, the odd game of Solitaire or Sudoku and mostly Amazon shopping. It’s all they get used for.
This is why Intel's consumer business is retracting. Our computational capabilities have increased 10-fold, but the general population's computational needs haven't increased in a decade. This makes for super slow upgrade cycles. On top of that, 98% of the screen time that used to be spent on computers is now spent on phones - a market that Intel isn't really in and AMD is a million miles away from entering.