Good APU but the rest is really meh so far, on top of that ASUS and I'm not sure I ever want to buy anything ASUS again after having to deal with their service centers and terrible warranty services. Had ASUS laptop, it still "works", built solid (survived over a decade and it has near zero flex under keyboard, something that I found really annoying and common on majority of newer laptops) except the plastic dries up and cracks around hinges/stress points as it seems to even on other newer laptops to some degree.
These newer CPUs are beasts especially from AMD but it takes more than a good chip to make a good value and good quality laptop.
The temperatures and power draw is really a desktop PC territory. Long gone seem the days of laptops like this (price range and hardware level/tier) needing only 60-90W power brick. Now they are cranking out double that, nice performance but that power consumption for a laptop is high.
Numeric pad on a laptop? Are you kidding me? Don't use that even on desktop, why would I want that on a smaller keyboard on a laptop, pls, remove that nonsense. My old laptop didn't have it either and it's the same 15.6" size.
There will sure be some decent laptop with AMD's 4000 mobile series but this is not it.
Would also forgo the dGPU and get a much better display. Especially when ASUS used to have those Zen 13" 4k touchscreen laptops, solid metal construction too, that's a big difference to this poor quality 1080p no touch.