GPD wants to launch the Pocket 2 in October

GPD has started the advance orders of its Pocket 2 mini laptop through a crowdfunding campaign. The goal has meanwhile been achieved. The company reports that the first deliveries will take place in October.

On the Indiegogo page of the Pocket 2 you can see that the company has already raised almost half a million dollars in advance orders. It had set a minimum target of $ 100,000. There are two variants of the Pocket 2, one with 4GB memory and 128GB emmc storage and one with the double amount of memory. The first version currently costs $ 529 compared to $ 599 for the version with 8GB of RAM. The final prices are 769 and 839 dollars. According to the faq, deliveries to the EU may be more expensive.

GPD, which stands for GamePad Digital, had previously announced the specifications of the successor to his first Pocket. The Pocket 2 has a touch-sensitive 7 “screen with a resolution of 1920×1200 pixels and runs on an Intel Core M3-7Y30 dual core CPU with a standard clock speed of 1 GHz and a turbo to 2.6 GHz.

The renewed Pocket has connections on both sides, including usb-c and two USB ports. There is also a micro SD card reader. The entire device weighs 465g, including a 6800mAh battery, and runs Windows 10.

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