GPD, a Shenzhen-based mini-PC maker specializing in portable Windows-based PCs, is preparing a new tiny GPD Pocket 3 PC. According to the GPD Game Console account, it will come powered by an Intel Tiger Lake processor.
GPD advertises the Pocket lineup for portability, but it has come with a mediocre processor in the past. The first GPD Pocket came with Intel’s Atom processor, and the latest GPD Pocket 2 runs on an Intel Core m processor. This makes the device highly efficient and strong enough for basic gaming and work done on the go.
However, the company wants to bulk up the existing GPD Pocket lineup by upgrading to Intel’s 11th generation Tiger Lake processor lineup. GPD says we’re in for a GPD Pocket 3 refresh with Intel’s four-core eight-thread Core i7-1195G7 processor.