GPD is the company which usually release Android powered handheld gaming console. Few months back they released GPD win, a 5.5 inch handheld gaming device running on Windows 10.

Now the company is preparing to launch a 7 inch touchscreen laptop which will fit inside your pocket. They named it GPD Pocket and it will support either WIndows 10 or Ubuntu 16.04 linux.  While there are only few rendered images and mockup prototypes , but the specifications will be like this –

  • 7 inch IPS touchscreen display with Gorilla Glass 3
  • Intel Atom x7-Z8700 Cherry Trail processor
  • 4GB of RAM
  • 128GB of storage
  • 7,000 mAh battery

As shown in the picture, it will have all the usual ports like USB type C , fullsized USB port, HDMI port and Headphone jack. It does not have any touchpad but the includes a QWERTY keyboard and Lenovo’s ThinkPad style pointing nub which will act as a mouse. It will also have an aluminum chassis.

This device seems interesting especially with Windows 10 inside. However most desktop softwares does not work well in small display but the store apps should scale just fine. This device is for those who want a small windows 10 laptop to carry everywhere in pocket. There are no confirmation on the price or the release date. We will tell you once they make it available.

  • Mayank Parmar

    Nope. It runs on Windows 10 Full Version. However, maybe in future, Microsoft might bring calling support to PCs and tablets.

  • takeos

    Reminds me of Vulcan’s FlipStart project (2003). I hope they can make it! The keyboard looks pretty good. Maybe I would have put a dual Backspace and Delete at the top right, and moved that power button away from the main keyboard. Too easy to touch it by mistake, and we expect Backspace/Delete to be there.

    • Thomas U. Grüttmüller

      Reminds me of Atari Portfolio. In 1992, one of my class mates brought one to school. It was an IBM compatible mini laptop just the same size as this one, running MS DOS.

  • Thomas U. Grüttmüller

    Every computer with internet access can make phone calls via SIP telephony.