GPD Pocket 7" Windows Laptop Review


Lisa Gade reviews the GPD Pocket, a 7” mini Windows 10 laptop with an aluminum casing, full HD IPS display and a surprisingly responsive keyboard. It’s also available with Ubuntu Linux. This 1.1 lb. / 0.48 kg UMPC is 18.5mm thick and truly can fit in a large pocket or the palm of your hand, yet it packs as much power as a high end netbook. It has a quad core 1.6 GHz Intel x7-Z8750 CPU with Intel HD 405 graphics, 8GB LPDDR3 RAM, 128GB solid state storage, WiFi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 4.1. This tiny laptop has surprisingly loud stereo speakers, a 1920 x 1200 IPS touch screen clad in Gorilla Glass 3. It comes with a smart size USB-C charger.

Get it on for $485 here:



  1. I have an ASUS t100 and because of my Size my friend would joke and laugh on how I have a tiny laptop compared to how big I am. I keep telling him I rather have a 2 and 1 laptop-tablet where I can do my work and read my books than have so many devices. He still thinks its funny but it does not bother me because I think its funny too

  2. I use mine everyday mostly for watching movies. As computers become more obsolete this is great for windows tasks that i still hav to do now and then

  3. If it has a SIM card slot (works like an ipad) and power up instantly like a tablet or MacBook – that would be perfect. Another similar product has a yoga screen that can be folded all the way back.

  4. Very useful. I go off travelling for months at a time and do crypto. My hard wallet can only be used with windows. No need to lug a pc around.


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