The AYA Neo Flip is a handheld gaming PC with a 7 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel IPS LCD display featuring a 120 Hz refresh rate, an AMD Ryzen 7 7840U processor with Radeon 780M integrated graphics, and a clamshell design that lets you flip the screen up like a laptop and lock it in place at 120°, 150°, or 180° angles.

As expected, it will be available in two versions: the AYA Neo Flip KB has a QWERTY keyboard in the base, designed to make text input simple, while the AYA Neo Flip DS has a 3.5 inch touchscreen display that you can use as a second screen. Both models will go up for pre-order through an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign at the end of January, 2024.

AYA has been sharing details about the upcoming handhelds for a while, but now the company has provided more details including and almost complete spec sheet and more pictures of the little gaming PC’s hardware.

We still don’t have any information about the price (crowdfunding or retail), or how much memory the system uses. But we do know that AYA says the dual-screen model will allow users to play games designed for classic dual-screen consoles (which is one way of saying the Nintendo DS without infringing on a trademark), or it can also be used to view system controls, an app launcher, and status information using the AYASpace 2 user interface for Windows handhelds.

The keyboard model, meanwhile, has RGB backlit keys designed for thumb typing rather than touch typing.

And both models have user-replaceable grip panels, allowing users to choose between two different textures, depending on which they find more comfortable.

Here’s a run-down of confirmed specs for the upcoming AYA Neo Flip family of devices:

AYA Neo Flip KBAYA Neo Flip DS
Primary display7 inches
1920 x 1080 pixels
IPS LCD
120 Hz refresh rate
400 nits brightness
Lid automatically locks at 120° / 150° / 180° angles
ProcessorAMD Ryzen 7 7840U plus “brand new CPU” (probably Ryzen 8 8840U)
8 Zen 4 CPU cores / 16 threads
Radeon 780M integrated graphics (12 RDNA 3 compute units)
Up to 28 watts
InputRGB backlit QWERTY keyboard3.5 inch touchscreen display
Sensors & game controllersOptical mouse sensor
Game controllers with hall sensor joysticks & triggers
6-axis gyroscope
X-axis linear motor
StorageM.2 2230 PCIe 4.0 SSD
microSD card reader (UHS II)
Ports1 x USB4 Type-C (power, data, and video)
1 x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C (data only)
1 x OCuLink (63 Gbps data)
1 x microSD card reader

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  1. KB model is going to be total flop. They should rather just have DS model and give option of touch keyboard.
    Dual screen is a niche device.

    1. The keyboard model would have been better if they at least used the entire width of the bottom half for the keyboard, and relocated the game controls to separate controllers with the option of attaching them to the sides like the Nintendo Switch.