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AYA Neo Pocket S is a gaming handheld with Snapdragon G3x Gen 2

The AYA Neo Pocket Air is an upcoming handheld game console featuring a 5.5 inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel AMOLED display positioned between two physical game controllers. It’s expected to go up for pre-order soon through an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign. AYA announced the pocket-sized game system last month, and at the time the company said […]

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AYN Odin2 is a Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 handheld game console for $299 and up (crowdfunding)

Handheld gaming company AYN made a bit of a splash a few years ago with the introduction of the AYN Odin handheld game console: a compact, affordable, and reasonably powerful device with an ARM-based processor and Android-based software. AYN followed that up with a x86/Windows model called the AYN Loki, which has been a bit […]

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AYA Neo Pocket Air is an Android-powered handheld game system with an OLED display

AYA has been cranking out handheld gaming PCs with x86 chips and Windows software for a few years, and the company has a bunch of new models scheduled to launch in 2023. But AYA is also planning to launch its first Android game console. The AYA Neo Pocket Air will be compact handheld with a […]

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KT-R1 is a configurable handheld game console with a 3:2 display and MediaTek Helio G99 processor

The KT-R1 is a handheld game console that’s been in development for quite some time, and now it’s finally available for purchase. Prices start at $169 for a WiFi-only model with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and a plastic body. But you can pay extra for more memory and storage, a metal cases, and […]

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Meet the Lenovo Legion Play: the handheld Android game console that Lenovo built but never released

The Lenovo Legion Play is a handheld game console with a 7 inch FHD display, built-in game controllers and an emphasis on cloud gaming, although it runs Google’s Android operating system and should be able to support native Android games. But the Legion Play was never actually released. I found evidence of the console on Lenovo’s […]

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Logitech and Tencent are making a cloud gaming handheld (Update: pictures leaked)

There’s no shortage of handheld gaming devices these days, ranging from smartphones to consoles to full-fledged gaming PCs. But thanks to the rise of cloud gaming, you might not need a high-power handheld to play PC and console-quality games, as long as you’ve got a good internet connection. So Logitech and Tencent have announced plans for […]

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GPD XP Plus is now shipping (modular handheld game console with Dimensity 1200, WiFi 6, and Android)

The GPD XP is an Android-powered handheld gaming device featuring a 6.8 inch touchscreen display surrounded by came controllers – but the controller on the right side is modular, allowing you to swap out controls depending on the type of game you’re playing. When GPD first launched the XP handheld last year, it was powered […]

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AYN Odin shipments delayed until January (handheld Android game console)

The AYN Odin is a handheld game system that generated a lot of buzz when it was announced earlier this year due to a combination of nearly flagship-class specs and an affordable price starting at around $200. But folks waiting to get their hands on one might have to wait a little longer. Originally expected to […]

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Lenovo Legion Play leaked: Handheld game console running Android

Lenovo may be developing an Android-powered handheld gaming device called the Lenovo Legion Play. The company hasn’t officially announce the Legion Play yet, and might never do so, but a set of  images found on the Lenovo website indicate that the company was at least considering introducing the handheld game console earlier this year. It’s […]

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BlueStacks introduces GamePop Mini: Free Android game console (with $7/month subscription)

BlueStacks is adding another Android-based video game console to its lineup, even before the first model hits the streets. Recently the company unveiled the GamePop, a $129 device that lets you play Android games on the big screen by paying a $6.99 subscription fee to access an all-you-can-eat buffet of games. Now the company is […]