GPD WIN Mini 2024 Handheld Available for Pre-Sale: Offers Enhanced Performance and Features


Today marks an exciting announcement for gaming enthusiasts as GPD officially unveils the highly anticipated GPD WIN Mini 2024 handheld device, set to commence pre-sale at 10 a.m. on March 11. Sporting the robust R7 8840U processor, this handheld promises to elevate gaming experiences to new heights. Notably, the pre-sale pricing kicks off at 4,999 yuan.

The GPD WIN Mini 2024 introduces an impressive upgrade, harnessing the power of the 8-core 16-thread AMD Ryzen 7 8840U processor. Notable enhancements include the elimination of the Oculink interface and DP to MIPI chip, replaced by a cutting-edge 10Gbps USB-A interface, catering to modern connectivity needs.

One of the standout features of this handheld marvel is its 7-inch 1080P 120Hz variable refresh rate screen, boasting a luminous 500 nits brightness and encompassing 100% sRGB color gamut, ensuring vivid and immersive visuals.

Here are the detailed specifications of the GPD WIN Mini 2024 handheld device:

  • Dimensions: 168×109×26 mm
  • Weight: 520g
  • Storage: PCIe Gen4 M.2 NVMe 2230 SSD, with options ranging from 512GB to 2TB
  • Rocker: Incorporates a built-in Hall small rocker with a sunken design, enabling precise control with features like L3, R3, stepless, and super linear functions, eliminating dead zones
  • Battery: A robust 44.24Wh battery ensures extended gaming sessions without interruption

For the pre-sale phase, the GPD WIN Mini 2024 handheld is available in two configurations: 32GB+512GB and 32GB+2TB, priced at 4,999 yuan and 5,999 yuan respectively. The company clarified that the 64GB+2TB variant will not be mass-produced initially, with a decision pending based on market demand, anticipated by April.

Additionally, catering to gamers with less demanding performance requirements, GPD offers the 7640U+16GB+512GB configuration, tailored for emulator gaming. Priced at 3,999 yuan, this option retains the original screen and interface specifications, featuring a native vertical screen with manual horizontal adjustment capability and support for the Oculink interface.

The announcement of the GPD WIN Mini 2024 handheld's pre-sale has sparked excitement among gaming communities, with enthusiasts eagerly anticipating its official release. As technology continues to push boundaries, GPD remains at the forefront, delivering innovative solutions that redefine portable gaming experiences.

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