The GPD Pocket is truly a pocketable PC, but is it any good? Surprisingly, it's better than expected, but at a cost.
Back in 2006, the concept of Ultra-Mobile PCs (UMPC) became a reality with low-cost tiny laptops meant for the masses. UMPC was a collaboration between Intel and Microsoft to create a new market of devices. With touchscreens and support for a stylus, the UMPC was a precursor to modern smartphones but without the cellular connectivity.
While the concept died by 2010 could 2017 be the right time for such devices to return? GPD is testing the waters with its crowd-funded GPD Pocket – a true pocket computer that runs full Windows 10.
I've been using the GPD Pocket for a few weeks now, and I'm more impressed than I anticipated. While not everything is great with the GPD Pocket due to its size, it's also an amazing accomplishment with exceptional build quality.
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