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AYA Neo 2 and AYA Neo Geek shipping in December (handheld gaming PCs with Ryzen 7 6800U)

Handheld gaming PC maker AYA says its first models powered by AMD Ryzen 7 6800U processor and Radeon 680M graphics will begin shipping in December. Customers in China may get their hands on units in November. The AYA Neo 2 is a handheld computer with a 7 inch display, at least 16GB of RAM and 512GB of […]

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AYA Neo Geek handheld gaming PC with Ryzen 6000U coming in December for $699 and up

The AYA Neo line of handheld gaming PCs is getting… complicated. It’s only been two years since the Chinese startup introduced its first Windows handheld with an AMD processor, and since then the company has shipped a few updated models with newer, faster processors. But things got pretty wild this summer with the introduction of […]

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AYA Neo Slide progress update (handheld gaming PC with slide-out keyboard and Ryzen 7 6800U)

Handheld gaming PC maker AYA’s roadmap for 2022 and 2023 is pretty crowded. But one of the most interesting devices the company is working on is the AYA Neo Slide, which will be AYA’s first computer to feature a keyboard. First revealed in May, the AYA Neo Slide features an AMD Ryzen 7 6800U processor, […]

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Compare handheld gaming PC specs (Anbernic, AYN, AYA, GPD, ONEXPLAYER, and Valve)

There are a growing number of handheld gaming PCs on the market, and the list keeps growing. While Valve’s Steam Deck grabs a lot of headlines these days, it’s not exactly the only game in town. In fact, there are so many different models available or set to launch in the coming year that it […]

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AYA Neo 2 handheld gaming PC with Ryzen 7 6800U coming later this year

Handheld gaming PC maker AYA has announced plans to launch a new model powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 6800U processor with RDNA 2 graphics later this year. The upcoming AYA Neo 2 is the latest in a line of AMD-powered handhelds from the company, but it will be by far the most powerful to date. It’s […]

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Lilbits: Android 14 “UpsideDownCake,” AYA Neo OLED, and tiny SD cards for MacBooks

When the first MacBook Pro laptops with Apple Silicon launched last year, they brought along a feature that Apple had omitted from the line in recent years: an SD card reader. Standard SD cards jut out from the reader, but Transcend’s new JetDrive Lite is designed to sit flush with the side of a MacBook Pro. […]

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Lilbits: AYA’s next handheld gaming PC has an OLED screen, using an SD card with a PalmOS device, new Intel and AMD chips, and more

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 […]

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AYA Neo Next handheld gaming PC with Ryzen 7 5825U hits Indiegogo for $1260 and up

The AYA Neo Next is a handheld gaming computer with a 7 inch touchscreen display, built-in game controllers, and support for up to 32GB of LPDDR4x memory and up to 2TB of PCIe NVMe solid state storage. It’s powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 5825U processor and ships with Windows 11 software. First announced in […]

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Lilbits: AYA Neo Next, Handbrake 1.5, Razer’s misleading face mask marketing, and printer DRM

Shortly after announcing the AYA Neo Next handheld gaming PC that would be powered by Ryzen 5000U series processors, the folks at AYA clarified that most models would ship with AMD’s recently introduced Ryzen 7 5825U chips rather than the older Ryzen 7 5800U… even though review units that have already been sent out have […]

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Compare handheld gaming PC specs (Steam Deck, AYA Neo, GPD Win Max and Win 3, ONEXPLAYER and OneGx1 Pro)

Handheld gaming hardware is getting interesting. Nintendo has largely dominated the space for decades, first with its Game Boy devices and more recently with its Nintendo Switch line of consoles. But as more people have taken to gaming on their phones we’ve also seen a rise in smartphones designed for gamers. Meanwhile another trend has […]