Finally, a working SMACH Z prototype has been demonstrated on video. Originally slated for release in 2018, this handheld PC is now powered by an AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 processor instead of the planned AMD Merlin Falcon RX-421BD, complete with LTE connectivity. How much will one of these cost? Well, it’s being offered in Smach Z ($699), Smach Z Pro ($899), and Smach Z Ultra ($1,099) models, running either Windows 10 or SMACH OS (Linux), with up to 8GB of RAM. Read more for a few more hands-on videos and additional information.
“The more storage you have, the more content you can store on your SMACH Z, such as games, apps, photos, music or movies. If you have a large games library you can always use SD cards to bring your games everywhere. Regarding RAM, most of the current games require 4GB, while more demanding games and upcoming titles may require 6GB or more. 8GB is recommended if you are going to play AAA games,” said the company.