GPD Pocket 3 clone arrives with Intel Alder Lake-N processor and convertible design
Liliputing has discovered a new mini-laptop that seemingly builds on the success of the GPD Pocket 3 and One-netbook A1 Pro. As promotional images show, the mini-laptop has a hinge that allows the display to turn up to 180 degrees, theoretically making it possible to use in tent mode or as a rather thick tablet. According to YSJ MiniPC's listing, its mini-laptop relies on the Processor N100, a quad-core member of Intel's Alder Lake-N series. Please note that the Processor N100 only has single-threaded CPU cores that peak at 3.4 GHz, plus an iGPU that has 24 Execution Units (EUs). The mini-laptop features the following ports too:
- 1x 3.5 mm jack
- 1x DC input
- 1x Ethernet
- 1x HDMI
- 1x USB 3.0 Type-A
- 1x USB Type-C
Supposedly, the mini-laptop measures 198 x 138 x 19.7 mm, roughly the same dimensions as the Pocket 3. However, the former is heavier than the latter at 780 g versus 725 g. By contrast, the Pocket 3 is not only shorter, but it is also considerably lighter by tipping 550 g. For some reason, the AliExpress listing does not confirm the device's display resolution, with it outlining that has an 8-inch IPS panel instead with a capacitive touchscreen layer.
Moreover, the display supports up to 1,024 pressure levels and is powered by a battery that should last up to 6 hours between charges. For reference, the mini-laptop also supports 30 W charging via the USB Power Delivery standard, has a WiFi 6 capable modem, an IR camera and a 2 MP webcam. YSJ MiniPC has priced its mini-laptop at US$350.88 with 12 GB of LPDDR5 RAM and 128 GB of storage. Alternatively, the company offers the same device with 256 GB, 512 GB, 1 TB and 2 TB of storage, topping out at US$466.78 for the latter.