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.

Via Notebookcheck

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