It's the perfect size actually. Any larger and it would be uncomfortable to hold, but any smaller and the keyboard would be difficult to use.Looks very small for me. Even for my younger cousins.
I've had three devices from GPD, including the previous Win Max, Win 2, and Pocket. They're a fairly well-established company and mostly use Indeigogo as a means of collecting preorders from outside of China. Until the Steam Deck, GPD was by far the largest player in this niche.Let's see...
Trust some company out of China using Indiegogo (aka ripoff market) or a well-established US company?
I know where my money would go.
The only thing that regulates boost duration is TDP, if it can stay at or below PL1 because the sustained load is from a indie/old game or emulation, meaning single core CPU and very low GPU usage it could stay at 5Ghz forever, well as long as it's plugged into the wall at least and the cooling is good enough.To clarify, it should say 5 Ghz for a split second. It is known that Tiger Lake U can boost very high, but only for a very short while. Which is essentially pointless for games since it is a sustained load. And comparing Xe graphics with AMD's RDNA2, I think the latter definitely have a better advantage in games, especially with LPDDR5 memory.