A few weeks ago we reported that GDP was ready to release a second generation GPD Pocket Windows 10 PC, the GPD Pocket 2.
Now the company has posted up the crowd-funding site on Indiegogo.
The much-upgraded device now features an Intel Core M3-7Y30 Kaby lake processor, upgraded from an Intel Atom X7, a thinner design (only 8.5 mm thick at its thinnest), smaller bezels and more ports.
The full spec includes:
- OS: Windows 10 Home.
- Design: UNIBODY machined magnalium body.
- Display: 7-inch (1920×1200) H-IPS display with support for multi-touch and 323 PPI.
- Processor: Intel Core m3-7y30 clocked at 1.0GHz/2.6GHz (Dual core with 4 threads).
- Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 615
- RAM and storage: 4GB / 8GB LPDDR3 and 128GB internal storage.
- Connectivity: Supports 802.11a/b/g/n/ac wireless networks and Bluetooth 4.1.
- Two USB-A Ports and one USB-C port.
- Size: 181×113×8-14mm.
- Weight: 465g.
- Features active cooling.
Ports include two USB 3.x Type-A ports, a USB Type-C port, a microSD card slot, and a headset jack.
See a gallery of pictures of the device below.
The new sleeker device should sell for $569-$639 on Indiegogo and the expected retail price is $729-$789.
GPD will likely take pre-orders via an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign starting sometime in July, with an estimated ship date of August or September.
See more detail of the device, which GDP compares in power to the Surface Pro and Apple Macbook, at Indiegogo here.