GPD Pocket is an actual laptop that actually fits in your pocket


Yes… actually!

GPD are an HK-based manufacturer of handy electronics. From game consoles to folding Windows-based laptops, GPD have done it all. Their newest is the GPD Pocket, which seems like their most fascinating product yet.

It looks a bit like something you would see in a sci-fi movie from the early 2000s. But only, it is real.

The GPD Pocket comes with an x86 processor that can run full Windows and/or Ubuntu. 8GB RAM, 7-inch screen, 128GB ROM and Intel x7-8750 SoC are the keywords you want to remember.

The device has also had a crowdfunding campaign that has succeeded well beyond what the makers wanted — have a read here.

Here’s a video of the device in action:

It does look like an interesting device, and the spec sheet makes it look worth the $400 asking price. It remains to be seen how soon the product will hit retail.

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6 Comments

  1. March 7, 2017

    This picks up what razer’s switchblade concept left

  2. Karly Johnston
    March 7, 2017

    Weak shit

  3. Micael
    March 7, 2017

    This picks up what razer’s switchblade concept left

  4. A.R. Kolleman
    March 7, 2017

    It’s a shame it’s not 8GB but 4GB as they show in the movie. But the other weak point is 128gb emmc… instead of ssd. And the whole “connecting other ports through USB-C” is shit to because it will cover all your other ports 😛

  5. Karly Johnston
    March 7, 2017

    Weak shit

  6. A.R. Kolleman
    March 7, 2017

    It’s a shame it’s not 8GB but 4GB as they show in the movie. But the other weak point is 128gb emmc… instead of ssd. And the whole “connecting other ports through USB-C” is shit to because it will cover all your other ports 😛