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  • - Hey guys, this is Austin.

  • This is one of the world's smallest laptops.

  • So GPD just finished up their IndieGoGo campaign,

  • and they sent out one of their very first prototypes,

  • so let's take a look.

  • I feel Fractal Josh's ghost guiding my hand

  • as I unbox this package.

  • Oh wow.

  • This thing is wrapped up.

  • This does not look like a normal laptop box.

  • This is the laptop.

  • Are you serious right now?

  • Like, that's, that's it.

  • This is the entire laptop.

  • Oh wow, it's actually aluminum.

  • In fact it actually looks like a tiny MacBook.

  • Oooh, woah.

  • When I heard the words world's smallest laptop,

  • I assumed something very small and plastic,

  • it honestly seems like someone

  • ran a MacBook through a shrink ray,

  • and that is not a bad thing.

  • Before I get too far into it, what else do we have in here?

  • We have a USB-C to C cable, as well as a power brick,

  • which I assume will use USB-C.

  • I love this hinge.

  • That feels so smooth.

  • So what's cool is, is that while there are versions

  • of this that run Linux, this guy

  • is preloaded with Windows 10.

  • Essentially what you're getting here

  • is a full Windows laptop

  • that will literally fit in the palm of your hand.

  • Now it is a touch thicker than you might expect,

  • but because of that they were actually able

  • to fit a pretty sizeable battery inside.

  • Something else that's cool about this

  • is that while it is a seven inch display,

  • it's full IPS and it is 1920 by 1200.

  • And in person, this looks pretty nice.

  • I don't really have a whole lot to complain about here.

  • The keyboard's alright, I think the thing that trips me out

  • is not so much the small size but the layout.

  • So you've got weird things like having the spacebar split

  • into two different keys,

  • you've got a lot of your punctuation

  • kind of squashed together,

  • and what's really getting me is that the backspace button

  • has two keys above it and I constantly want

  • to go up and hit the delete key.

  • But, keep in mind, this is a very very tiny laptop.

  • You're probably not going to want to, say,

  • write a paper on it, but, for a quick little bit

  • of web browsing or something a little bit more basic,

  • I think you can get away with it.

  • So even though it doesn't have a track pad

  • you do have a little nub,

  • and it's not the most accurate thing in the world,

  • but it's really not that bad.

  • And obviously you have the touch screen as well

  • if you want to get something

  • that's a little bit more precise.

  • - [Austin Playing From Laptop] So you look inside the box

  • and we have the G6.

  • - Speakers also, decent, so the problem is

  • it's just a single speaker that's kind of on the bottom,

  • so, it doesn't really sound great,

  • it's a little bit tinny.

  • But I dunno, I feel like I'm willing

  • to forgive a lot for a laptop that's this tiny,

  • like, I keep freaking, I just, that's so cool.

  • Speaking of having a tiny laptop,

  • there actually are a fair few ports surprisingly.

  • So not only is there USB-C for charging as well as data,

  • but there's also an HDMI port, headphone,

  • as well as a full size USB 3.

  • Inside the Pocket there are actually pretty decent specs,

  • so it has a quad core Intel Atom processor,

  • a full eight gigabytes of memory,

  • as well as a 128 gigabyte SSD.

  • Specs like that really aren't bad.

  • It's what you would expect to find

  • in a lot of budget laptops

  • that are obviously much larger than this.

  • Now because it is so small it does have a cooling fan,

  • but even when it's running at full blast,

  • it's not that loud.

  • This guy is also rocking a 7,000 milliamp hour battery.

  • That is not bad.

  • So especially with specs like this and such a small screen,

  • they claim around 12 hours of battery life,

  • and that sounds about right.

  • What really jumps out to me though,

  • I keep going back to this,

  • is just how nice the hardware is.

  • Yes, it is a little bit on the chunky side,

  • but when you consider just what all is crammed inside,

  • it's really a pretty decent tradeoff.

  • It's interesting how few compromises there are here.

  • So yeah, the screen is small,

  • and it kinda looks like

  • they just pulled it right off a tablet,

  • but that's fine, it's a solid unit.

  • And the same thing goes for running Windows.

  • Sure this might not be

  • the optimal Windows viewing experience,

  • but with that high res screen and a little bit of scaling,

  • it's actually kind of usable.

  • Like normal web browsing,

  • that kind of stuff, is totally fine.

  • Honestly I feel like the keyboard's going to be

  • the toughest part to get used to.

  • I think if you're really into a smaller computer

  • then I think you can get used to it,

  • but I feel like all of my muscle memory

  • just is not there, I'm constantly hitting the wrong key,

  • I'm kinda like, squish my hands together,

  • it's fine, it's usable, but it's not really ideal at all.

  • While you can get this guy with Linux,

  • the idea that it can come

  • with full Windows 10 out of the box is really cool.

  • And with that Atom processor and small screen,

  • yes you're going to be slightly limited

  • in say doing things like video editing on this guy,

  • but for the most part, if it runs on Windows,

  • you should be able to do it on the Pocket.

  • So with a single USB-C cable

  • not only can we get 4K 30 out,

  • but we can also do 1080 60, although that's not 1080.

  • (Austin speaking on screen)

  • This totally works.

  • (laughing) Dude, this is, I guess it's like,

  • there's no reason why this shouldn't work, right?

  • But it's such a tiny little laptop,

  • my initial instinct is of course it can't do that,

  • of course it can't do that!

  • But it can.

  • Time for some Minecraft.

  • The most demanding game of all time.

  • Well, if you're a seven inch laptop, anyway.

  • You know what's kind of cool about the setup,

  • is that not only are we getting a full display,

  • but with USB-C, we're also

  • charging the Pocket at the same time.

  • So essentially with one cable, kind of like a MacBook,

  • you can do everything.

  • Uh, frame rate's not great though.

  • So maybe, playing Minecraft on the external 4K display,

  • not the best idea.

  • Oh yeah.

  • Still totally playable.

  • Now this is actually playing at 1200p right now.

  • I mean no, this might not be

  • the greatest Minecraft computer in the world,

  • but for something this small.

  • I think it really does make a big difference

  • that it actually has a nice display.

  • I keep coming back to that, like,

  • I expected this to be small and cheap and not very good,

  • but it's quality.

  • Oh I hate this, oh no this is terrible, this is terrible!

  • (laughing)

  • Okay, so, use a mouse,

  • number one rule of advice, use a mouse.

  • That was really really bad.

  • So yeah, this guy can play CS:GO.

  • Frame rate's a little bit lower than I would like,

  • but you should not buy this as a gaming computer.

  • The GPD Pocket is a weird little gadget.

  • It's not for everyone, but I've gotta say,

  • I actually kind of like it.

  • So what do you guys think

  • about this tiny tiny little laptop?

  • Let me know in the comments below,

  • and I will catch you in the next one.

- Hey guys, this is Austin.

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這是世界上最小的筆記本電腦嗎? (Is this the World's Smallest Laptop?)

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    何庭昀 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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