From GPD we receive the final information about his new UMPC Gaming called GPD Win Max. After several rumors about a possible integration of an AMD Ryzen APU this device finally integrates an Intel 10th Generation Ice Lake processor, specifically the Intel Core i5-1035G7, manufactured in 10nm and with a configurable TDP between 12/25W. In his design highlights its backlit keyboard on which we have a touchpad, a crosshead, buttons and a couple of small joysticks that will serve us to play comfortably.
Processor, RAM and Storage
Everything indicates that the UMPC GPD Win Max will have several versions, the most powerful with an Intel Core i5-1035G7 processor, an Quad Core with eight threads that moves between 1.2GHz and 3.7Ghz in Turbo mode. This processor includes an Intel Iris Plus 940 GPU with a performance superior to the classic Intel HD Graphics that allows us to play various powerful titles in a worthy way as we can see in the tests provided although the native resolution of the screen is 1280×800.
We will also have 16GB of 3733MHz LPDDR4X RAM, a 512GB M.2 NVMe 1.3 SSD (only one-sided supported), and a microSDXC card reader. Inside this mini PC we have two fans to keep temperatures controlled.
Screen and other specifications
This small UMPC finally mounts an 8-inch H-IPS screen, with a resolution of 1280×800 pixels. As for ports we have a Gigabit Network connector, a Thunderbolt 3, a USB Type-C Gen 2, 2x USB 3.0 Gen1 and an HDMI 2.0b video output. This UMPC has a 57Wh, 11.4V (5000mAh × 3) battery with autonomy between 8 and 3 hours depending on use, as a charging system we have a 65W fast charge adapter.
The GPD Win Max surprises us with a Wifi 6 adapter up to 2402 Mbps that integrates Bluetooth 5.0. As physical controls we have two analog controls at each end, a crosshead, four front action buttons and four triggers distributed on the back on each side. The housing is magnesium and has a weight of 790 grams.
Price and availability
- The new UMPC GPD Win Max currently has no official release date or final price. We will continue to report.