Making PC a portable device is nothing new in the industry. GPD had its own success in the prospect when it launched the Win 2 and Win Max, which is, then, followed by Alienware’s Project UFO. Making for another entry in the list is the prototype project called Aya-Eve.
Featuring some of the latest hardware to date, Aya-Eve handheld gaming PC boasts respectable hardware which include an AMD 4500U CPU (6 cores, 6 threads), 16 GB DDR4 RAM 4266 MHz, and 512 GB NMVe flash memory.
Still in development, other aspects of the plan remains tentative, but developers are looking to build a 7-inch display device, which is just slightly bigger than the Nintendo Switch.
Other noteworthy aspect of the device’s hardware schematic is the inclusion of a micro-SD Card reader, a USB 3.1 port, as well as a USB Type-C port.
Lastly, the Aya-Eve is expectedly going to come pre-built with a 47 watt-hour battery to be consumed at a 30W rate and a $600 price tag (~Php30,000).