GPD Win Max 2 and AYN Loki Zero offer opposite ends of the handheld gaming PC spectrum
The Steam Deck from Valve isn't the first portable gaming PC, and it most likely won't be the last. Other businesses are working to develop Windows or Linux gaming options for portable devices
Two examples with radically different specifications and price points are provided by Ayn and GPD.
The replacement for last year's GPD Win Max was unveiled by GPD this week
A $20k flexible goal IndieGoGo campaign for the new gadget launches on Wednesday at 10 p.m. EST. There are five models available, all of which cost around $1,000.
Like the 2021 model, the GPD Win Max 2 looks more like a mini laptop than a handheld game system.
This year's version offers three AMD variants and one Intel option, differing in memory and storage capacity.
The AMD model has a Ryzen 7 6800U with a 2.2GHz 680M GPU at 15-28W, whereas the Intel model has a Core i7-1260P with 1.4GHz Iris Xe graphics at a 20-28W TDP.
Both come equipped with 10.1" screens that can switch between 1920 x 1200 and 2560 x 1600 resolutions, 16-thread CPUs with 4.7GHz maximum boost, and Wi-Fi 6.
The other models are as Next:
6800U, 16GB RAM, 1TB, $999
6800U, 32GB, RAM, 1TB, $1199
6800U, 32GB, 2TB, $1299
1260P, 16GB, RAM, 1TB, $999
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