7-inch mini-laptop runs Windows 10 and costs $400
GPD Pocket was successfully funded on Indiegogo for hours
A new micro-sized laptop from GPD has reached its funding goal of $200,000 just hours after it debuted on Indiegogo website. The company previously offered unique mini-sized gaming and Windows 10 devices, but this is the first time a product has a full-sized keyboard in such a compact size.
GPD Pocket comes with an all-in-one body made of magnesium and allow. The 7-inch display has a full-HD resolution and is protected by Gorilla Glass 3. GPD Pocket measures in at 180 x 106 x 18.5mm and weighs just 480 grams. It’s powered by an Intel Atom x7 processor with 4 GB of RAM, while the internal storage capacity is 128GB.
The 7000mAh battery should be enough to last 12 hours, according to the website. The device comes with USB Type-C, USB A and HDMI port, so you can easily connect an external device or monitor.
GPD will offer the pocket-laptop on Indiegogo by April, while the first devices will be shipping to customers in June 2017. GPD Pocket could also be offered via online merchants once the funding campaign closes.