Google’s parent company Alphabet is working on a line of audio-enhancing products that could turn out to be next-gen hearing aids, or possibly something much more.

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2 replies on “Lilbits: AYA Neo, Google Chrome, Samsung smartphone cameras, and Alphabet’s “Wolverine” super-powered hearing moonshot”

  1. From a gaming handheld first point of view, I think the AYA Neo is better than the Win 3 assuming they can get to mass production.

    Since GPD still has a bad QC/reliability issue perception with mostly non-existent support, I think there’s no clear winner there even if AYA never had previous products.

    Good luck to the AYA folks. I guess they got lucky GPD made so many bad decisions on the Win 3.

    1. Really?
      What are the so many bad decisions GPD made on the Win 3? I can only think of two-and-half improvements they needed.
      1- To use a proper tactile hardware keyboard buttons
      2- Have the dock to use the TB4 port to allow eGPU
      3- Have slightly better Action Buttons

      I think their SoC choice was competitive fine, especially if they utilised the TB4 port. Their form-factor is great, when you think about how compact it is. And the controls are mostly good. Sure, the material quality and build quality could be improved but unfortunately that goes for pretty much all these niche electronics and we don’t have much say in it until a larger OEM (like ASUS, Sony, Razer, Apple, etc) makes an attempt at this niche.

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