Mini-PC maker GPD is getting decidedly high-end with their latest project, the GPD P2 Max.
Comparing the device with the Apple MacBook, they call it the “world’s smallest Ultrabook.” The tiny 8.9-inch laptop fits in a generous back pocket, but is powered by an Intel Core M3 processor, will be available with 8 or 16 GB of RAM and up to 1 TB of NVMe SSD storage.
Unlike a Macbook however, it comes with a touch screen with 10 touch points, two full-sized USB-A ports, has active cooling, weighs only 650g and runs Windows 10 Home.
See GPD’s sizzle video below:
The device will be entering a round of crowdfunding on Indiegogo at the end of the month, and is unlikely to be cheap. See the full specs below and read more about it at Indiegogo here.