GPD WIN 3 the pocket notebook already on sale in stores


After passing through the Indiegogo microfinance platform, we have already started to see the GPD WIN 3 laptop in different online stores.

This is a device with a design inspired by the Nintendo Switch and that integrates a new Intel Gen11 processor with integrated Xe GPU capable of moving many games decently. The GPD WIN 3 is available in two versions with Intel Gen11 CPUs and includes Thunderbolt 4 connectivity as one of its highlights.

It also has a 5.5-inch touch screen with HD resolution, RGB backlit keyboard that we can hide with the screen, Wi-Fi 6 and a high-performance NVMe SSD. An interesting hybrid that offers us a lot of power in a small size although it is not suitable for all pockets.

Processor, RAM and storage

The Gaming GPD WIN 3 micro notebook has options with Intel Core i7-1165G7 and i5-1135G7 processors, Quad Core with eight threads that work at 4.2 and 4.7 GHz respectively and integrate the new lntel Iris Xe GPU. Processors manufactured in 10 nm SuperFin with a maximum consumption of only 12 W TPD.

In terms of memory and storage we have several versions with 16 GB of LPDDR4x RAM at 4266GHz and a 1 TB capacity micro PCie NVMe SSD that we can replace.

Display and other features

The GPD WIN 3 console comes with a 5.5-inch IPS touch screen with a resolution of 1280 x 720 pixels. Regarding wireless connectivity, it includes an internal adapter with Wi-Fi 6 and integrated Bluetooth 5.0, while for connectivity we have a UHS-I micro SD card reader, 3.5 mm audio jack, USB-A 3.1 and USB port. C Thunderbolt 4 that allows double simultaneous video output up to 4K @ 60fps resolutions.

The battery is 3800 mAh with a PD 2.0 fast charging system of up to 65 W. This small laptop has a backlit QWERTY keyboard, has a fingerprint reader for the unlocking system and the installed operating system is Windows 10.

Price and availability

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