At $779, the GPD WIN Max may not be the least expensive gaming laptop, but it most certainly is the smallest that we’ve seen yet. Featuring an Intel Core i5-1035G7 processor, integrated Intel Gen11 graphics Iris Plus 940, an 8-inch IPS (1200×800) display, 16GB of DDR4 RAM @ 3733MHz, a 512GB internal SSD, Wi-Fi 6, Thunderbolt 3 support, an HDMI 2.0b port, Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity, and integrated gamepad controls. Read more for two videos, including a hands-on review, and additional information.
Gamers are probably most interested in the built-in joysticks, which this device adopts a sink-in design and a Xinput mode controller. The ultra-durable dual 3D joysticks are made by Japan Alps and can be used as L3 / R3 buttons (supports 360° rotation). They are quite durable as well, as the potentiometer and center stack of the joystick can be used for 2 million / 5 million spins respectively. The joysticks have curved rocker caps made of hard materials with strong resistance to prevent slippage. More information here.
- The GPD XD+ handheld device small enough to fit in your pocket, it is around the size of your average mobile phone and twice as thick;
- It also features Vulkan Engine support for even greater performance increases in supported games and emulators;
- It features a powerful MT8176+PowerVR Hexa-core processor, 4GB RAM, 32Gb Storage and runs Android 7.0;
- Comes with Wireless LAN 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac - Dual Band and compatible with BT 4.1
- Hexa-core processor, high performance CPU High performance processor graphics.Rechargeable Internal 6700MAh battery.
Initially we considered using AMD’s mobile processor Ryzen 5 2500U. However, after the release of Intel’s 10th generation Ice Lake-U, we found that with the 10nm process, 15W TDP, 4 cores and 8 threads, twice the number of transistors (compared to the previous generation) and 6MB L3 cache, this product is superior to AMD Ryzen 5 2500U in terms of overall performance,” according to the Indiegogo page.