For $699, this ultra-portable gaming PC need to be the best pocket-sized windows PC ever released.
Most pocket-sized devices we use today run either Android of IOS.
Windows phone is no longer an option, but thanks to GPD Win full featured Windows is still possible.
This ultra-portable PC launched back in October 2016, but next year it is set to be replaced by the GPD Win 2.
The GPD Win runs Windows 10 home on a 5.5-inch 720p display in a clamshell case measuring just 155-by-97mm.
It’s powered by an Intel Atom Z8700 running at 1.6GHZ, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, and Intel HD 405.
Storage comes in the form of 64GB of flash memory and a microSD card slot.
The GPD Win costs $400 and somehow manages to squeeze in a full QWERTY keyboard, two joysticks, D-pad, and ABXY buttons.
Next year the PC is set to be replaced early next year with an updated version carrying the name GPD Win 2.
The specs for the 2 gen GPD win are Intel core M3-7Y30 Kaby Lake with Intel 615 GPU, way faster than the Atom chip, 128 M.2 SSD.
The GPD Win 2 will be able to run GTA V, Need for speed: Rivals and Breath of the Wild without any problems.
The only downside for the GPD Win 2 is the price, where the original costs $400, The GPD Win 2 is expected to be $699.