From the first generation of the WIN series, the handheld game consoles created by GPD were all clamshell designed because screen input of the Windows system is not user friendly. However, many users did not like the combination of keyboard + clamshell, and strongly asked us to launch an unibody type handheld game console. For our users, after exploration, we referred to the design of the sliding mechanism of the Sony UX series, incorporated the new backlit touch keyboard, and finally designed the GPD WIN 3. It allows us to renew the design of our Win original handheld game console and break the boundaries with the common clichés of clamshell form factor devices. The specifications of the GPD WIN 3 are the best according to the current market, and we will mention them one by one later!
The world’s first Win10 slider featured unibody handheld game console, and the most complex handheld game console in GPD’s history!
The latest AAA-level game masterpieces can run at 60 FPS with tweaks;
Screen slider design + hidden white backlit touch keyboard with haptic feedback;
PC-grade turbofan + dual heat pipes for efficient heat dissipation, large displacement back heat blowing design with 8-hole channel
Dual vibration motors inside the handles;
Two ALPS thumbsticks comparable to top joysticks company in Japan’s Seimitsu and Sanwa, native support for L3/R3;
Analog trigger buttons L2 / R2 allowing better racing feeling with a pressure controlled sensor, as it allows a better feeling in FPS as well in order to shoot your enemies, offering an immersive experience;
AAC top three-dimensional linear loudspeaker from Germany, double amplitude enhancement, with a lively sound;
The shell is made of aviation-grade ABS synthetic resin, with Rockwell hardness of 109R, matte body, great texture;
5.5-inch brigtht screen, 268 PPI, H-IPS technology, the 5th generation Corning Gorilla Glass, NTSC: 84% (typ), DC dimming;
Intel 11th generation Tiger Lake-U series processors, single-core performance surpasses desktop flagship i9-10900K;
Intel 12th generation Iris Xe Graphics core graphics card, general performance surpasses MX350, even compete in specific tasks with MX450;
LPDDR4x 4266 memory, available with Intel’s 11th generation Tiger Lake-U processor, offers a maximum memory bandwidth of 86GB/s and have an important role in general performances;
The new Thunderbolt 4 unified interface doubled bandwidth, natively supports USB 4 and when an external eGPU is installed, the independent display performance is fully utilized, and the frame rate is greatly increased depending the eGFX used;
The fourth-generation PCIe bus technology, M.2 NVMe 2280 SSD’s read and write and speed are greatly increased, even capable to beat Thunderbolt 4 speed;
Support A2-level microSDXC card, read speed up to 160MB/s;
Support Bluetooth 5.0, 3MB/s transmission speed, with local GPS capacity within 1 meter, long-distance communication of 300 meters, up to 7 Bluetooth devices can be connected;
- 3 USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-A ports, up to 10Gbps.
- 1 USB 3.2 Gen2 Type-C interface, up to 10Gbps.
- 1 HDMI 2.0b interface, bandwidth up to 18Gbps, supports up to 32 channels, 48bit maximum colour depth, and supports HDR.
- 1 RJ45 network port, 10/100/1000Mbps self-adaptive network card.