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GPD P2 Max Tiny Ultrabook practically fits in your palm

The GPD P2 Max Tiny Ultrabook is the computer you can fit in your back pocket—practically. This almost palm-sized laptop has an 8.9″ screen in an eight-inch shell, which is thanks to its InfinityEdge design. In fact, this design gives it an 80.9% screen proportion, providing you with a larger visual area. On top of this, you can also use touch control on the screen with your finger or a stylus. It might be small, but this computer doesn’t sacrifice quality. It covers the entire sRGB gamut and has 340ppi pixel density. Additionally, this tiny laptop even has a full QWERTY keyboard, so you won’t feel like you’re typing in a cramped space. Furthermore, for security, this mini laptop offers fingerprint locking and unlocking on the power button. And because it takes less than eight seconds to start up, this ultrabook is ready to go when you need it.

GPD P2 Max Tiny Ultrabook practically fits in your palm
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9.7/10
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Ashley Timms
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Dimensions
206 x 148 x 5.5 mm
Weight
650 g
Resolution
2560 x 1600
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