Handheld gaming PC maker AYA’s latest model was only introduced a few months ago, but the company is already teasing its next model, which it says will be the first Windows handheld with an OLED display.

It’s also expected to be smaller and lighter than other models, and competitively priced. More details will be made available in May.

In other recent tech news from around the web, an independent developer figured out how to use an SD card with old school Palm OS devices. It’s not practical, but it’s pretty cool and you can do it yourself if you want.

AMD has launched its Ryzen 6000 PRO processor lineup with enhanced security features for business customers. Intel hasn’t announced its new Alder Lake-HX series chips yet, but details have started to leak about these upcoming laptop chips with desktop-class features. Amazon appears to be developing an AR/VR device. And the makers of the Brave web browser have added a De-AMP feature that lets you browse the web without ever encountering a version of a website that uses Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages.

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  1. I am fairly certain this thing will be a W11ARM handheld with some kind of Snapdragon chip. Don’t know if they went with the 845 like Odin (there’s gotta be a surplus of these chips considering there are new devices and boards coming out with them) or if they also got an offer from Qualcomm like GPD supposedly did for the newest SoC. I can’t see them reaching their claim of a thin, light, and small AAA gaming handheld using an x86 part.