Handheld Gaming PCs

In the past, if you wanted to game on the go, your only real option was to invest in a handheld gaming device like the Nintendo Switch or the PlayStation Vita. However, with the rise of powerful and affordable handheld gaming PCs, that may be about to change.

Handheld Specs

Custom AMD Zen 2 “Van Gogh” APU
Van Gogh
64/256/512 GB
7″, 1280 x 800px
AMD Ryzen™ Z1
AMD Radeon™ RDNA 3
7-inch, 1920 x 1080 resolution, VRR
Ryzen 7 8840U Ryzen 7 8640U
Ryzen AMD 780M
512GB / 2TB / 4TB
6 inches, 1920 x 1080 pixels, 60 Hz
AMD Ryzen 7 7840U AMD Ryzen 7 8840U
Radeon 780M (RDNA3)
7", 1920 x 1080, 120Hz
AMD Ryzen 7 8840U AMD Ryzen 5 8640U
AMD Radeon 780M AMD Radeon 760M
10.1-inch IPS display
Ryzen 7 8640U Ryzen 7 8840U
Radeon 760M Radeon 780M
16GB/32GB/64GB RAM
7" 1080P@120Hz, VRR
Ryzen 7 8840HS
Radeon 780M
AR glasses
AMD Ryzen™ 7 7840U
Radeon 780M
7-inch FHD+ (1920 x 1200, WUXGA)
Intel Core Ultra 7 155H Intel Core Ultra 5 125H
8-core Intel Arc integrated graphics 7-core Intel Arc integrated graphics
10.95 inch, 2560 x 1600 pixel, 120 Hz
AMD Ryzen 5 4500U AMD Ryzen 7 4800U
7" 800 IPS
Intel Core Ultra 7 155H SKU
Arc Graphics, 8 Xe-Cores @ 2.25 GHz
AMD Ryzen 7840U
Raden 780M
7-inch, 1080p, 120Hz

Why is Handheld Gaming PC the Future of Gaming?

The development of technology in recent years has led to the creation of handheld gaming pcs, which offer a high-performance gaming experience that is portable and can compete with traditional desktop or console gaming. This has the potential to revolutionize the gaming industry, providing gamers with greater flexibility and convenience.

  • Portability: Unlike a traditional desktop PC or laptop, most handheld gaming PCs can easily fit in your pocket, meaning you can take them with you wherever you go. This means that you can game on your commute, during lunch breaks, or even when you’re out and about exploring your local area. Because they don’t require any extra accessories like controllers or headsets, they’re also much easier to transport than other gaming options.
  • Performance: It wasn’t that long ago that CPUs and GPUs were big, bulky pieces of hardware. They needed large cooling solutions and took up a lot of space inside a computer case. Today, however, CPUs and GPUs are much smaller. Thanks to advances in manufacturing and architecture, today’s CPUs and GPUs can deliver the same performance as their larger predecessors while taking up far less space. That means you can build a smaller gaming rig that doesn’t sacrifice performance. That’s why a portable gaming PC offers performance that is on par with traditional desktop PCs.
  • Flexibility: One of the coolest things about handheld gaming PCs is that they offer a level of flexibility that other gaming devices simply can’t match. For example, most handheld gaming PCs come with built-in emulators which allow you to play games from classic consoles like the NES or the Sega Genesis. This means that you can have an entire library of nostalgic games at your fingertips without ever having to leave your couch. Many handheld gaming PCs also come equipped with multiple USB ports which allow you to connect external accessories like controllers or keyboards, or monitors for bigger screen display. This gives you the ability to customize your gaming experience and make it your own. 

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