The GPD Pocket Windows 10 mini PC is now up for grabs for $496.00
GPD Pocket is is a tiny portable Windows 10 PC that’s now available at Gearbest. After a successful campaign on Indiegogo, this small yet powerful Windows 10 device is now finally up for grabs.
GPD managed to raise over $2 million, confirming that thousands of potential users are indeed interested in a pocket-sized Windows 10 PC.
GPD Pocket specs and features
The device comes with Windows 10 64bit OS which brings back the familiar Start Menu from Windows 7 and introduces a few new features such as the Edge browser.
The Intel Atom X7-Z8750 Quad Core 1.6GHz, up to 2.56GHz will provide max efficiency, and it will deliver effective extra power. The Intel HD Graphics GPU with shared video memory provides a high-quality image for Internet use, gaming, and photo editing.
The 7.0-inch FHD 5-point Touch Screen with 1920 x 1080 Resolution touch screen makes the most out of Windows 10 and offers impressive clarity and color.
The 8GB LPDDR3 RAM for Advanced Multitasking allows you to run games as smoothly as possible, run video-editing apps and view multiple programs at the same time. The 128GB eMMC Hard Disk Storage Capacity provides plenty of storage space.
With the help of Bluetooth 4.1 Interface Syncs with Compatible Devices, you can now wirelessly transfer photos, your music, and other media between the computer and your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone or MP3 player, or connect Bluetooth wireless accessories.
Interested in buying the GPD Pocket mini-PC? You can purchase it for $496 from Gearbest.
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