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The GPD MicroPC is one of the strangest computer I’ve had a chance to use in recent years. It basically has the guts of an inexpensive, low-power laptop… but they’ve been stuffed into handheld computer with a 6 inch display, a thumb keyboard, and full-sized Ethernet, HDMI, and USB ports… along with an RS-232 serial port.

While the GPD MicroPC is aimed at IT professionals who can make use of its unusual selection of ports, it’s also an interesting device for anyone looking for a pocket-sized computer.

The current $415+ price tag might be a bit offputting for some folks… but GeekBuying is running a sale that lets you pick one up for $375 when you use the coupon code 3JHYRBDW at checkout.

One thing to keep in mind about this little handheld computer is that it does not have a touchscreen. Instead there’s a small touchpad.

You can find more details in Liliputing’s GPD MicroPC Preview article.

Here are some of the day’s best deals.

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GPD MicroPC handheld computer preview

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