THE MOBILE GAMING GOD! (GPD Win Unboxing / Games Test / Streaming / Benchmark)

January 02 13:26 2017 Print This Article

Ever since I was a kid, I’ve always wanted a computer in my pocket. Being able to do what I wanted while being mobile was just that important for me, and it’ll no doubt make me a more sociable person (probably). Fast forward to today, and I was a bit surprised how Microsoft’s own Windows Phone didn’t do what I thought they’d do. Android and iOS smartphones have sort of bridged the gap, but there’s still nothing quite like a full Windows PC to run whatever you want on. Thankfully GPD has answered with the Win (GPD Win). A portable clamshell PC with gaming sensibilities. Priced around US$350 its pricey but I just had to have one – if only for just being able to blog properly on a bus, train, UberPool, or whatnot. Anyway, check out our unboxing and testing video of the GPD Win embedded above or some more specs below!

GPD Win – US$330-400 / PHP 21,200 (not readily available in PH)

  • 1.6-2.4Ghz Quad-Core Intel Atom Cherry Trail x7 z8700 Processor
  • 5.5″ 1280×720 IPS Gorilla Glass 3 Display (Touchscreen)
  • Windows 10 Home
  • 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC ROM, MicroSD
  • 6900mAh Non-Removable Battery
  • Full QWERTY Keyboard & Gamepad
  • Portable form factor (about the size of a Nintendo 3DS)

If you live where shipping and taxes aren’t too terrible or if you’re in the Philippines and is interested in still importing this product, you can find the GPD Win in various online (mostly China based) importers like Gearbest, Geekbuying, or Aliexpress. Just keep in mind that risks are involved when buying online that we won’t be responsible for! We bought ours as the last unit from an international seller on Lazada, and the listing is no longer there.

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Alexei Rivera
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