I think the hinge is at the middle of the screen's height - you can see it on the middle shot. This allows both laptop and tablet modes. This is pretty cool actually, I wish the GPD WinMax did this.
Here's a laptop that have a similar hinge.
No idea, I never use the Xbox guide button... Do you mean in Android or in the streamed PC? What tool are you using for mapping?
This Ipega doesn't require any mapping on Android and acts as an XInput gamepad. I use JoyToKey on the streamed PC when I need mouse / keyboard mappings.
Crazy specs! Well done GPD ;)
Iris Plus Graphics 940 with 64EU would be around 1 TFlops - and 2 TFlops at half precision. Considering the lower 720p / 800p target resolution this handheld should do Xbox One / PS4 quality graphics :cool:
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I'm very interested in the GPD Win Max, the specs and design looks awesome, but I have just one concern: How it feels in the hands.
I plan to use it as a handheld, not a laptop, but the Max seems a bit too big for that - the gaming controls looks uncomfortable, especially...
About your setup, depends on what you plan to do with it.
Personally my priority is:
- Streaming my PC / PS4.
- Native retro emulation using RetroArch up to the Dreamcast.
- Saturn via Yaba Sanshiro, PSP via PPSSPP.
- DS via Drastic. Playing in portrait in HD looks and feels awesome...
Side note #2:
I've replaced the tablet in my previous setup with a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 8", this is a 5 years old tablet but I think it's still fantastic!
PC Streaming on its gorgeous OLED screen is perfect. It can also do decent native retro emulation - 4:3 ratio so in fullscreen!
12 TFlops in an APU, that's impressive!
I wonder why AMD don't sell these APUs on PC, they could kill both Intel and Nvidia with one stone - as it would probably be cheaper than getting both a highend CPU + a highend graphic card.
My recently purchased RTX 2080 is less powerfull and probably...
For reference, here's how my tablet + ipega thing looks like.
It's perfectly comfortable, light, and PC streaming works great. I also like the screen / resolution, very sharp and 4:3 ratio is perfect for retro games. I can set it to portrait mode too. The downside: PC streaming only works at...
Just checked their keynote. The screen is 10" 1900x1200 and it is using a gen 10 Intel SOC, so the performance should be a bit better than the GPD Win2.
Though this is a complete Switch rip off, so I doubt it will ever be released.
Actually, I've been gaming on a similar setup recently: A 8"...
AMD just announced new mobile APUs at 15 watts. I really hope the Win Max will switch to one of these :3
On a side note, there is new competition for GPD: The Alienware UFO, which looks like a premium...