|Standing screen display size||8.9 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||2560x1600|
|Memory Speed||732 MHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||Intel HD Graphics 615|
|Wireless Type||5.8 GHz Radio Frequency, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||7 Hours|
GPD P2 Max 8.9 Inches Portable Ultrabook Mini pc Notebook Laptop UMPC Touch Screen Tablet CPU Intel m3-8100Y GPU HD Graphics 615 WIN10 16GB RAM/512GB ROM,Amber Black
|Display Size||8.9 Inches|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home|
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- Our GPD P2 MAX Configuration: CPU-Intel Core m3-8100Y,GPU-lntel HD Graphics 615,Up to 900Mhz,RAM/ROM: 16GB LPDDR3/512GB M.2 NVMe SSD;
- Fingerprint unlock, Standard "QWERTY" keyboard layout, chocolate island style. Complete touch tablet function, moving cursor, Scroll Area, mouse left-hand and right-hand button mouse supported. Via actual measurement, an adult male feels free and unconstrained when typing with two hands;
- 8.9 Inches 2.5K fully fitted retina screen,H-IPS 2560x1600 resolution, 340ppi, supporting 10-point touch control and stylus input,has 100% sRGB gamut coverage and 178 degrees of wide viewing angle.
- Liquid cooling radiating pipe + fan, PC level cooling solution, with full speed and never reducing frequency,
- With only a size of iPad mini 4 and only 650g net weight,about 50% lighter than the mainstream Ultrabook.9200mAh,35Wh high-capacity polymer lithium battery.
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What is GPD P2 Max ?
In 2016, our definition of UMPC was: the screen cannot be larger than 7 inches, and if it is larger than 7 inches, you will not be able to carry it in your pocket, and thus UMPC is best realized in Pocket 2!
For Ultrabook, our definition is: the screen can’t be smaller than 8.9 inches and no larger than 10 inches, and the weight should be limited to 700g. The best user experiences of the GPD P2 Max are: an unrestraint feeling when tapping the keyboard with both hands, being able to carry it and hold it in one hand, and having it fit easily in a mini backpack. It can only be called Ultrabook when these design standards can be met. Of course, the keyboard should adopt the standard "QWERTY" layout, instead of a variety of perverted, anti-human designs. It should have four advantages of being light, thin, fast and small. Too small is not suitable for two-handed input, and if too large, it is reduced to a cumbersome laptop.
GPD P2 Max = GPD Pocket 2 Max
7.3s for booting the windows 10 os, 1s for brightening screen
GPD P2 Max also supports fingerprint unlock. Enter the system and input pin password, and you can unlock the system by touching the power button easily after several steps’ setup. Boot while supporting fingerprint unlock, and "Boot + enter password" is completed in one step. In shutdown state, it only takes about 7.3s to boot to the system. In dormant or sleep state, it takes only about 1 second to brighten screen and unlock.
Note: boot speed test is conducted by the official technical department under the new system. Actual use time is affected by the user's process of booting and loading, system setting, operating environment and other factors, and also affected by official BIOS updates, and Microsoft Windows10 system updates.
The 8th generation Intel core m3-8100Y processor
Based on the 8th generation Intel core m3-8100Y processor, wholly-new 14 nm++ process technology, dual-core four-thread design,4 MB l3 cache, OPI bus speed is up to 4 GT/s,and the peak data transmission/second is 4 x10 ^ 9 times.Built-in lntel 9.5th generation UHD Graphics 615 core display, 24 EU execution units, maximum 900MHz dynamic frequency, bandwidth being 33% higher than the previous generation, supporting 10-bit 4K VP9 film decoding, output 4K*2K/60p HD video through HDMI interface.
Although the body of P2 Max is small, we have never been stingy with the configuration. Not only 16GB memory are provided, but also 512GB SSD is also provided for users. SSD is based on M.2 Socket 3 / Socket 2 interface, 2280 specification, PCIe Gen 3.0 4 / SATA3 bus specification, NVMe 1.3 / AHCI transport protocols, and read-write speed is up to 1665.35MB/s and 1469.94MB/s respectively (standard configuration： PCIe Gen 3.0×4 bus，NVMe protocol SSD).
2560×1600 resolution ratio, retina level screen,Conducting HD video calls in the 1600 x 1200 window
GPD P2 Max USES 2.5k adopts 2.5K fully fitted retina screen, IPS technology, has 100% sRGB gamut coverage and 178 degrees of wide viewing angle, 2560X1600 (WQXGA) resolution ratio,16 :10 productivity ratio, and is the only Ultrabook with a density of 340 ppi pixel.High display density brings ultra-high simulation and rich graphic details so that your retina can not distinguish any pixel.
With original "spindle built-in camera", 2 million pixels, 1600 x 1200 maximum image resolution, receiving more light, with less noise, and clear picture quality, whether for selfie or video call, it has high quality performance in detail.
IT CAN PLAY LOCAL 1080P VIDEO CONTINUOUSLY FOR 8 HOURS
Endurance is the strength of GPD P2 Max. With about 9200mAh, 35Wh high-capacity polymer lithium batteries and 600Wh/L energy density, which means the long battery life, it can play local 1080P video for 8 hours continuously, giving you a sense of security from morning till night!
Liquid cooling tube + fan, PC cooling scheme, full speed without frequency reduction
Fully upgraded PC cooling solution, using new liquid cooling radiating tube, heat pipe volume increased by 23%, high-power turbofan, air flow significantly improved by 45%, fully releasing CPU performance!
a screen of 8.9-10 Inches and weighing less than 700g are the limits for Ultrabook
If just considering the weight and volume of the plate,even 2in1, which features the concept of "both tablet and PC", doesn’t have any advantages compared to the criteria we defined.After all, the tablet of Surface Pro 6 already weighs 770g alone,and the overall weight is more than 1,000g if the weight of the keyboard cover is added.So We will launch GPD P2 Max for the purpose of proving a Ultrabook that the weight of it can be controlled below 700g and 8.9 inches is enough for daily usage!
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|Computer Memory Size||16 GB||8 GB||8.00 GB||4 GB||8 GB|
|CPU Model Manufacturer||Intel||Intel||—||Intel||Intel|
|CPU Speed||1.10 GHz||1.50 GHz||—||2.6 GHz||1.50 GHz|
|Display Resolution Maximum||2560x1600||4096×2304 @24Hz||—||1920 x 1080 pixels||—|
|Screen Size||8.9 inches||7 inches||6 inches||11.6 inches||7 inches|
|Hard Disk Size||512 GB||128 GB||128 GB||64 GB||128 GB|
|Item Dimensions||8.39 x 5.89 x 0.56 inches||7.13 x 4.45 x 1.97 inches||5.91 x 4.33 x 0.93 inches||11.30 x 7.60 x 0.67 inches||—|
|Item Weight||1.03 lbs||1.03 lbs||1.03 lbs||2.20 lbs||—|
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Home||Windows 10 Pro||Windows 10 S||Windows 10|
|RAM Type||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM||DDR4 SDRAM||DDR3 SDRAM|
|Wireless Communication Standard||5.8 GHz Radio Frequency, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency||5.8 GHz Radio Frequency||5.8 GHz Radio Frequency, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency||Bluetooth, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac||802.11a|
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First of all, I am extremely impressed with the build quality in this little device. It feels solid, and when you consider components like the screen, keyboard and the Intel Core m3-8100Y processor, it is evident that quality was in the mind of the designer.
The initial setup experience presented me with some challenges. I didn't like the fact that Cortana was narrating the entire process; it's a small detail, I know, but it was annoying. Once I finished setting up the device, I ran into these problems and solved them as described:
0. The fan was running very loudly, an obvious sign of overheating. The machine would often appear to go to sleep; the screen would go dark and I'd have to press the power button to bring it back. Pressing any other key would not restore the session. After reading how dependent the Intel Core m3-8100Y processor is on heat dissipation and TDP (thermal design point), I decided to add some bumper feet (pictured in this review; it looks ugly as sin, I know!) to raise the Pocket 2 off my desk surface. As soon as I did that, the problem with the machine "going to sleep" went away almost completely. Now my screen goes dark only very sporadically, but I can turn the screen back on by pressing any key rather than having to press the power key. That is more of an expected behavior; maybe it can be improved in the future.
1. As I was trying to diagnose the power issue, I decided to download the new Windows image for the Pocket 2 from the GPD website. The installation was very straightforward. The only thing to remember is that you need to activate Windows using the Windows 10 key provided in the Pocket 2 User Manual included with your device. I would also recommend doing the BIOS firmware upgrade, which you can download from the same GPD site.
2. Some folks are not big fans of the key with the Japanese logograms that is located between the Tab and CapsLK key on your keyboard. GPD told me that all devices worldwide have it, so there is no alternative for us in America to get a device without that key. (The Pocket 2's that appear in online reviews that DO NOT have that key were just prototypes.) Regardless, you can download the Japanese keyboard firmware and use a freeware program called SharpKeys to remap that special and the `/~ key. Problem solved! At the time of this update (1/5/2019), avoid using the English keyboard firmware because it has the Japanese special key and the `/~ key both producing the same sendcode. If you try remapping one of the two keys with SharpKeys, you will also remap the other because of the duplicate sendcode.
I am very happy with my purchase. To complement it, I got a 400GB SanDisk MicroSD card and a travel mouse. I was able to install the Ubuntu Mate 18.10 image on my 400GB SandDisk, so that microSD card has my Linux and data partitions, while the internal drive is dedicated entirely to Windows 10 Home.
Some folks have mentioned that a USB hub is pretty much mandatory to use, but that's only if you're intending to use the device as a stationary machine. I am not sure how good performance would be in that particular use case.
Regarding customer service, I had no problem reaching them via email and they were very responsive. I pretty much figured out solutions on my own, but I can definitely attest that their customer service was responsive and courteous.
A final word regarding performance. As stated, the Intel Core m3-8100Y processor is very sensitive to heat dissipation. For best performance, make sure that your machine gets good ventilation. Adding rubber feet like I did admittedly makes it look very ugly, but it serves a very practical purpose. If your fan gets too loud and you use the fan mute key to turn it off, you are manually downgrading the processor frequency, which I consider just as bad as putting rubber feet on this beautiful device. It's up to you as to how you address the heat dissipation question.
Thanks for reading my review. I hope you enjoy your Pocket 2 as much as I am.
SCREEN: Pretty much the same quality screen with the same unimpressive brightness. It's default configuration is portrait despite it being a landscape clamshell. No screen protector (my Pocket 1 included one in the box), but no huge loss since again, this is a clamshell, and it's scratch resistant.
KEYBOARD: Right shift is no more and the spacebar is 1 key now. Overall better feeling clicks but not a game changer over the Pocket 1 like I hoped, and it's going to take some re-learning. I really like the addition of the "fan off" button. The rest of the buttons on that top strip, including the mouse buttons, feel cheap. I've seen these style buttons on other older laptops fail with normal use, so I think this will be the weakest link in an otherwise premium UMPC. I also noticed this appears to intended for the Japanese market given this is a US-English keyboard with a kanji conversion key (which is mapped as a duplicate tilde). Because this is hard mapped to tilde, you can't remap this key without also remapping tilde, making this key a waste of an otherwise limited real estate keyboard.
MOUSE: I like the positioning of the optical mouse and buttons up on the corners like that, it makes using the device while hand-held so much better. In other use cases, such as on a desk, I prefer the trackpoint on the Pocket 1.
PORTS: HDMI is no more without using a USB-C hub. The left USB is not 3.0 (despite being blue). On my unit, the card reader was mechanically defective (it didn't retain the card), so I had to seek a refund. I use MicroSD a lot, so not having this on the Pocket 1 and seeing it broke on the Pocket 2 is a disappointment.
BATTERY: People rave about this devices battery life but I think it's mediocre. Maybe it's because I have greater demands out of my devices, but I'm not seeing all day long battery life. 4 hours from a full charge if I'm lucky and that's it. Same experience on the Pocket 1. Not impressed with either device.
ENCLOSURE: The case is largely the same as the last, but with a bit more tapering to make it appear slimmer. Opening the lid still causes the back of the lid to prop the device up, causing it to have a tendency to slide around more since the rear feet are no longer gripping the surface you are on. This device is more prone to this slippage due to the way the hinge is designed. Since it has practically the same footprint, it still fits into my pocket nicely. Cooling exhaust is now out the back where before it was the side with additional vents on the bottom.
Overall, an iterative, not revolutionary, improvement over the Pocket 1 with a few misses here and there. Mine had a defective MicroSD slot (so it has to go back). It also came shipped still in SysPrep mode (just click ok and let it reboot to get into OOBE). This seems to be consistent with the 'half-baked' nature of GPD devices. Pocket 1 is a better value, in my opinion, with prices they way they are now.
Top reviews from other countries
I am very happy with this one. A little bit pricey but it is OK for my pocket
Il est vraiment petit (plus que mon carnet de croquis), avec des performances correcte (le m3 enterre les atom et les 8 go de ram et le ssd aide) et une finition des matériaux presque parfaites (une vis qui est partie toute seul, vite remonter).
Ci il y a un point négatif c'est les pièces de rechanges pour plus tard, elle ne semble pas très facile a trouver (ebay et site chinois) et le sav qui doit pas être marrant en chine.