Switch-shaped gaming PC GPD Win3 raises $ 1 million on Indiegogo – Latest News, Breaking News, Top News Headlines

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Last November, the GPD company presented us their new work, the GPD Win3, a computer to play in the shape of a portable console (reminiscent in a way of Nintendo Switch) with which they want players to enjoy their favorite titles from PC in almost any game.

After the announcement the next step for GPD has been to put Win3 on the Indiegogo crowdfunding platform to try to finance their product, something they have achieved in a few hours since at the time we are writing this news they have achieved 4543% of its goal initial of 21,247 euros.

I play in GPD3

In fact, as reported in PC Gamer, in just 8 hours the GPD Win3 managed to overcome the barrier of one million dollars of collection or what is the same, they added 824,695 euros to their coffers, a sum much higher than the 21,247 that they asked to start with the production of this particular computer but below the current amount of 965,316 euros.

GPD3 rear ports

A PC to play in any very special place

This new GPD Win3 will have a 5.5 “touch screen with 720p resolution It is surrounded by two “knobs” with a distribution similar to those of Switch. As for the hardware we will find different processors being able to equip it with up to an Intel Core i7-1165G7 with integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics with up to 16 GB of LPDDR4x memory, SSD storage, SSD card reader, Thunderbolt 4 ports, USB 4, USB Type -A, an HDMI output, minijack, WiFi6 and Bluetooth 5.0.

Regarding the performance of the game according to the data of the brand itself at 720p and without specifying the graphic options of each title, the GPD Win3 achieves (with its top-of-the-range model) an average of 73 fps in Death Stranding, 85 fps in Valorant, 73 fps in Doom Eternal, 70 fps in Sekiro, 58 fps in Red Dead Redemption 2 or 52 fps in PUBG to give you some examples.

If you are interested in this particular PC, you have more information on its Indiegogo page which you can access by clicking here.

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