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GPD MicroPC Handheld Computer Review

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Posted 3 months ago | Reviews | 3 comments | Author: Chris Tilley

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The reign of Windows CE may be long-since over, but that doesn't mean that there aren't pretenders lurking in the shadows waiting to steal the Handheld PC's crown. The GPD MicroPC is a curiously designed, if not down right quirky full Intel x64 contender for a 2019 sub-netbook device. Boasting Windows 10 and Linux XUbuntu in a dual boot configuration, for maximum support and user flexibility. GPD are hoping to capture the interests of a number of H/PC-like markets through this more conventional product release that its previous gaming focused GPD XD or GPD WIN 2.

Join Jake Fisher in his first review here on hpcfactor.com as he unboxes the MicroPC and asks the question of "What is to be done?" for a Handheld PC user in this world of x86 pretenders.

Read the review here on the site and as ever, let us know your thoughts on the GPD MicroPC in the GPD MicroPC review discussion thread.

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joval's Avatar joval 28 July 2019 12:59:04 PM
Great review...well written, and in depth. Enjoyed the wit re: Lenin's historical dilemma and what might have become of the revolution. Unfortunately, No "instant on" and the escalating mega dollar price are deal busters for me presently...
Jake's Avatar Jake 06 August 2019 3:47:24 PM
Many thanks, joval, for your kind words.

Jake
C:Amie's Avatar C:Amie 30 July 2019 10:24:57 AM
Try being in the UK! When Jake submitted the review the thing cost £382, it's now £391
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