Fits Into Your Pocket
As the name suggests, GPD Pocket is a nifty tablet meant to fit in your pocket so that you can carry any important file wherever you want. Or you can carry your weapon in your pocket as you can also run Linux on it…good to go for hackers!
To summarize the GPD Pocket, it is powered by the top model of the latest Intel Atom 14nm stack. A quad-core processor, Atom x7-Z8750 features a base frequency of 1.6 GHz, a turbo frequency climbing up to a maximum of 2.56 GHz, and all of which is done within a 2 watt Scenario Design Power.
1920*1080P FHD Resolution
Touting a 1920*1080 resolution, GPD Pocket pixel density rocketed a record-setting 314.7 PPI, knocking out the Retina Display defined by Apple. In other words, with so many pixels packed closely together, a single pixel can hardly be recognized by bare eyes when the device stays a foot away.
Chiclet Style Qwerty Keyboard
The overall dimensions of the device indicates that you get no chance to hammer away on a full-sized keyboard, but a chiclet style Qwerty one dotted with a trackball, exclusively serviceable for tweets, forum posts or some basic web browsing.
Multi-Port & 7000mAh Battery
As can be seen from the images released by GPD, the GPD Pocket will be studded with USB Type-C, USB- A (USB3.0), mini HDMI, earphone jack and a micro SD slot for an extra 128GB storage extension.The mini PC will also sport a 7000mAh battery to provide a good-enough battery