As more and more people run into the limitations of smartphone and tablet computing mini-laptops are gathering an increasing amount of attention.
The leader in that field if GPD, who just recently launched the GPD P2 Max, which they describe as the 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, 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.
Now YouTube channel The Relaxing End have posted a very relaxed unboxing and review of the mini-laptop, which can be seen below:
You can still pick up the device for a low price via Indigogo here for delivery sometime in September 2019. We would not normally consider crowdfunding a reliable way off purchasing something, but GPD has a pretty good track record of delivering, so we feel it is relatively safe to jump in.
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