Handheld gaming consoles are still a popular choice for gaming on the go, when smartphone games just don’t cut it, but what about PC gaming on the go?
You could go for a gaming laptop but really, where’s the fun in that?
Check out the GPD Win 3 will definitely make you the star of the next LAN party.
GPD used to make Android-based handheld consoles but the GPD is Windows-based – and its design will be a straight up nostalgia hit.
As Liliputing notes, The GPD Win 3 is borrowing heavily from the Sony Vaio UX handheld computers that were so popular in the 2000s.
It’s also about the size of a Nintendo Switch, with a 595-inch touchscreen surrounded by game controllers and a full QWERTY keyboard that slides out.
Under the hood, it will have a Tiger Lake processor and Intel Iris Xe graphics.
The full GPD Win 3 specs are not out yet, nor is the price, but we’ll likely know more in the very near future.
The GPD Win 3 will crowdfund on Indiegogo starting in January 2021, with pre-orders being taken there, and might be shipped a few months later.