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GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB

GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB

GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
GPD Micro PC-Mini Industry Laptop-[128GB M.2 SSD Version] 6 Inches Portable UMPC Laptop Computer Notebook CPU Intel Celeron N4100 GPU Intel UHD Graphics 600 Windows 10 Pro,Ubuntu Mate 18.10,8GB/128GB
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  • GPD MicroPC has a Strong Performance with Ultra Low Power Consumption: Intel N4100 processor, four cores, four threads, and thermal design of 10W;Graphics: lntel HD Graphics 600,Up to 700Mhz;
  • GPD MicroPC is Compatible for IT fields and more with its rugged exterior: Network communication, electric power, exploration, mining, archaeology, education training, manufacturing, service chain, call center, business services, public institution, government military and many more;
  • RAM/ROM: 8GB LPDDR4 RAM/128GB super capacity M.2 SSD for fast read and write speed (read:576MB/s, write: 465MB/s), replaceable, and infinite capacity expansion; Battery: 2 × 3100mAh, In series;
  • RJ45 interface for wired network access, and wireless Wi-Fi 2.4G/5G dual bands and compatible with BT 4.2 for dual-channel max. transfer rate of 433Mbps;Built-in one RS-232 serial interface, widely used in industrial control and automation;Three USB 3.0 interfaces to maximize extended USB devices;One full-featured Type C charging interface for audio, video and data transmission;One microSDXC slot for manual backup or migration of data in a network-free environment;
  • Screen: 6 Inches Gorilla Glass 4, Sharp full-fit dazzling screen.(Not Touch Screen).OS:Windows 10 Pro Or Ubuntu MATE 18.10.Weigh Only 440 grams,Easy to Take In Your Pocket On the GO!!

Description

GPD MicroPC is a handheld mini Laptop developed and designed by GPD company for industry professionals and various mobile scenarios.It only weighs 440g which has many interfaces.It can perfectly replace traditional notebooks for people that work in the communication,electric power,exploration,mining, archaeology,education training,manufacturing,service chain,call center,business services,public institutions,government military and many more fields. It’s Also a little clamshell computer with HDMI,USB,and Ethernet ports…and a Serial port and a rugged design.The idea is that it’s a computer that could be used by network engineers,sys admins,and other folks who need those features. The RS-232 serial port is widely used in industrial instrumentation,mouse,keyboard,printer,etc.Or go to RS-485 from RS-232 to achieve the data communication at 1200m and 100Kbps. MicroPC has built-in Gigabit NIC,and it supports wired network access through RJ45 interface for the maximum download speed of 125MB/s Extensible for more peripherals Three USB 3.0 interfaces and one Micro SD slot support up to 4 external storage devices and infinite storage.It is possible to extend more peripherals through the Hub. I/O Port: 3 × USB 3.0 Type A; 1x USB 3.0 Type-C;1x RS-232,1x Rj45;1x Micro HDMI 2.0,1x Micro SDXC Slot,1x 3.5 mm Headphone & Microphone Combination. Two copper nuts (suitable for 2.5mm-diameter screws) are embedded on the back for fixing the machine in various complex environments.You can attach it to any rotatable hanger,stand, lift,tray,bracket,etc. MicroPC is provided with a user-friendly front lanyard hole, fit for any badge or mobile lanyard.


Standing screen display size 6 Inches


Screen Resolution 1280x720


Max Screen Resolution 1280x720


Memory Speed 1.1 GHz


Graphics Coprocessor Lntel® UHD Graphics 600


Chipset Brand Intel


Wireless Type 5.8 GHz Radio Frequency, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency


Average Battery Life (in hours) 5 Hours


Brand LANRUO


Series LANRUOGPD0113


Item model number LANRUOGPD0113


Hardware Platform PC


Operating System Windows 10 Pro


Item Weight 1.03 pounds


Product Dimensions 5.91 x 4.33 x 0.93 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 5.91 x 4.33 x 0.93 inches


Color Black


Rear Webcam Resolution 323 Lines Per Inch


Processor Brand Intel


Processor Count 2


Computer Memory Type DDR4 SDRAM


Flash Memory Size 128 GB


Hard Drive Interface Solid State


Power Source AC & Battery


Voltage 12 Volts


ASIN B07QYZHM8F


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 67 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #9,399 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories) #1,175 in Traditional Laptop Computers


Date First Available January 11, 2019


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Features

  • GPD MicroPC has a Strong Performance with Ultra Low Power Consumption: Intel N4100 processor, four cores, four threads, and thermal design of 10W;Graphics: lntel HD Graphics 600,Up to 700Mhz;
  • GPD MicroPC is Compatible for IT fields and more with its rugged exterior: Network communication, electric power, exploration, mining, archaeology, education training, manufacturing, service chain, call center, business services, public institution, government military and many more;
  • RAM/ROM: 8GB LPDDR4 RAM/128GB super capacity M.2 SSD for fast read and write speed (read:576MB/s, write: 465MB/s), replaceable, and infinite capacity expansion; Battery: 2 × 3100mAh, In series;
  • RJ45 interface for wired network access, and wireless Wi-Fi 2.4G/5G dual bands and compatible with BT 4.2 for dual-channel max. transfer rate of 433Mbps;Built-in one RS-232 serial interface, widely used in industrial control and automation;Three USB 3.0 interfaces to maximize extended USB devices;One full-featured Type C charging interface for audio, video and data transmission;One microSDXC slot for manual backup or migration of data in a network-free environment;
  • Screen: 6 Inches Gorilla Glass 4, Sharp full-fit dazzling screen.(Not Touch Screen).OS:Windows 10 Pro Or Ubuntu MATE 18.10.Weigh Only 440 grams,Easy to Take In Your Pocket On the GO!!

Description

GPD MicroPC is a handheld mini Laptop developed and designed by GPD company for industry professionals and various mobile scenarios.It only weighs 440g which has many interfaces.It can perfectly replace traditional notebooks for people that work in the communication,electric power,exploration,mining, archaeology,education training,manufacturing,service chain,call center,business services,public institutions,government military and many more fields. It’s Also a little clamshell computer with HDMI,USB,and Ethernet ports…and a Serial port and a rugged design.The idea is that it’s a computer that could be used by network engineers,sys admins,and other folks who need those features. The RS-232 serial port is widely used in industrial instrumentation,mouse,keyboard,printer,etc.Or go to RS-485 from RS-232 to achieve the data communication at 1200m and 100Kbps. MicroPC has built-in Gigabit NIC,and it supports wired network access through RJ45 interface for the maximum download speed of 125MB/s Extensible for more peripherals Three USB 3.0 interfaces and one Micro SD slot support up to 4 external storage devices and infinite storage.It is possible to extend more peripherals through the Hub. I/O Port: 3 × USB 3.0 Type A; 1x USB 3.0 Type-C;1x RS-232,1x Rj45;1x Micro HDMI 2.0,1x Micro SDXC Slot,1x 3.5 mm Headphone & Microphone Combination. Two copper nuts (suitable for 2.5mm-diameter screws) are embedded on the back for fixing the machine in various complex environments.You can attach it to any rotatable hanger,stand, lift,tray,bracket,etc. MicroPC is provided with a user-friendly front lanyard hole, fit for any badge or mobile lanyard.


Standing screen display size 6 Inches


Screen Resolution 1280x720


Max Screen Resolution 1280x720


Memory Speed 1.1 GHz


Graphics Coprocessor Lntel® UHD Graphics 600


Chipset Brand Intel


Wireless Type 5.8 GHz Radio Frequency, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency


Average Battery Life (in hours) 5 Hours


Brand LANRUO


Series LANRUOGPD0113


Item model number LANRUOGPD0113


Hardware Platform PC


Operating System Windows 10 Pro


Item Weight 1.03 pounds


Product Dimensions 5.91 x 4.33 x 0.93 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 5.91 x 4.33 x 0.93 inches


Color Black


Rear Webcam Resolution 323 Lines Per Inch


Processor Brand Intel


Processor Count 2


Computer Memory Type DDR4 SDRAM


Flash Memory Size 128 GB


Hard Drive Interface Solid State


Power Source AC & Battery


Voltage 12 Volts


ASIN B07QYZHM8F


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 67 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #9,399 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories) #1,175 in Traditional Laptop Computers


Date First Available January 11, 2019


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • GPD MicroPC has a Strong Performance with Ultra Low Power Consumption: Intel N4100 processor, four cores, four threads, and thermal design of 10W;Graphics: lntel HD Graphics 600,Up to 700Mhz;
  • GPD MicroPC is Compatible for IT fields and more with its rugged exterior: Network communication, electric power, exploration, mining, archaeology, education training, manufacturing, service chain, call center, business services, public institution, government military and many more;
  • RAM/ROM: 8GB LPDDR4 RAM/128GB super capacity M.2 SSD for fast read and write speed (read:576MB/s, write: 465MB/s), replaceable, and infinite capacity expansion; Battery: 2 × 3100mAh, In series;
  • RJ45 interface for wired network access, and wireless Wi-Fi 2.4G/5G dual bands and compatible with BT 4.2 for dual-channel max. transfer rate of 433Mbps;Built-in one RS-232 serial interface, widely used in industrial control and automation;Three USB 3.0 interfaces to maximize extended USB devices;One full-featured Type C charging interface for audio, video and data transmission;One microSDXC slot for manual backup or migration of data in a network-free environment;
  • Screen: 6 Inches Gorilla Glass 4, Sharp full-fit dazzling screen.(Not Touch Screen).OS:Windows 10 Pro Or Ubuntu MATE 18.10.Weigh Only 440 grams,Easy to Take In Your Pocket On the GO!!

Description

GPD MicroPC is a handheld mini Laptop developed and designed by GPD company for industry professionals and various mobile scenarios.It only weighs 440g which has many interfaces.It can perfectly replace traditional notebooks for people that work in the communication,electric power,exploration,mining, archaeology,education training,manufacturing,service chain,call center,business services,public institutions,government military and many more fields. It’s Also a little clamshell computer with HDMI,USB,and Ethernet ports…and a Serial port and a rugged design.The idea is that it’s a computer that could be used by network engineers,sys admins,and other folks who need those features. The RS-232 serial port is widely used in industrial instrumentation,mouse,keyboard,printer,etc.Or go to RS-485 from RS-232 to achieve the data communication at 1200m and 100Kbps. MicroPC has built-in Gigabit NIC,and it supports wired network access through RJ45 interface for the maximum download speed of 125MB/s Extensible for more peripherals Three USB 3.0 interfaces and one Micro SD slot support up to 4 external storage devices and infinite storage.It is possible to extend more peripherals through the Hub. I/O Port: 3 × USB 3.0 Type A; 1x USB 3.0 Type-C;1x RS-232,1x Rj45;1x Micro HDMI 2.0,1x Micro SDXC Slot,1x 3.5 mm Headphone & Microphone Combination. Two copper nuts (suitable for 2.5mm-diameter screws) are embedded on the back for fixing the machine in various complex environments.You can attach it to any rotatable hanger,stand, lift,tray,bracket,etc. MicroPC is provided with a user-friendly front lanyard hole, fit for any badge or mobile lanyard.


Standing screen display size 6 Inches


Screen Resolution 1280x720


Max Screen Resolution 1280x720


Memory Speed 1.1 GHz


Graphics Coprocessor Lntel® UHD Graphics 600


Chipset Brand Intel


Wireless Type 5.8 GHz Radio Frequency, 2.4 GHz Radio Frequency


Average Battery Life (in hours) 5 Hours


Brand LANRUO


Series LANRUOGPD0113


Item model number LANRUOGPD0113


Hardware Platform PC


Operating System Windows 10 Pro


Item Weight 1.03 pounds


Product Dimensions 5.91 x 4.33 x 0.93 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 5.91 x 4.33 x 0.93 inches


Color Black


Rear Webcam Resolution 323 Lines Per Inch


Processor Brand Intel


Processor Count 2


Computer Memory Type DDR4 SDRAM


Flash Memory Size 128 GB


Hard Drive Interface Solid State


Power Source AC & Battery


Voltage 12 Volts


ASIN B07QYZHM8F


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 67 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #9,399 in Computers & Accessories (See Top 100 in Computers & Accessories) #1,175 in Traditional Laptop Computers


Date First Available January 11, 2019


abunda_amazon_reviews Yes.. it's tiny.. but it nearly has the power of my full size Dell Latitude (also a quadcore w/8G RAM). I've shrank the Windows partition to 63G and did a parallel install of Ubuntu 19.10 (prerelease). The Keyboard/Interface: Yes.. it's small. Don't attempt to home-row touch type on this thing. But if you're used to the older slider-phone thumb typing, then you'll feel right at home on this diminutive kb. It took me a few sessions to get away from trying to touch the screen like my phone.. but the gestures touch pad is easy to use with your right thumb, and the mouse bottons are well palced (on the left) for clicking. And the best part of all (for Linux users).. IT HAS A MIDDLE BUTTON! (for you whipper snappers.. double left click (in Linux) copies into your copy buffer, and middle single click pastes.. no more left click, drag, right click, copy... right click, paste windows idiocy!!).. Thank you GPD! I love that this thing has FOUR USB-3 ports on it! (one of which is the USB-C charge port).. Plus a full HDMI port (great for giving presentations.. PLUS a full RJ-45 Ethernet.. and the big reason I got this rugged little thing.. the integrated RS-232 (for talking to network gear, devices, and my rocket club's high power wireless launch controller via serial+minicom). Multi-boot is a breeze.. The default config is /dev/sda1=100M EFI partition, sda2=16M MSR "MS reserved", sda3=C: Windows (100G), and sda4=MS Backup/restore partiton. To install Linux, just nuke the /dev/sda4 (windows backup partition), shrink the Windows C: partition (/dev/sda3) down from 100G to 50-60G.. and then have Ubuntu do a "along side" install to a new /dev/sda4 (primary) partition).. and use F7 to access the BIOS boot menu. I also work as a Cyber Security professional and carry around a Kali Linux thumb drive that I can also boot off of if I want to do some pentesting separate from my main Linux install (depending on what I'm doing). Linux Issues: No major issues thus far.. all graphics, sound, wifi, BT, etc all "just work". This biggest issue (which may be fixed on the LTS version of 19.10) is that the screen comes up rotated 90 degrees (enumerates as a 720x1280, phone/portrait format), but reconfiguring with a simple "xrand -o right" rotates it back. I hear this is fixed in the upstreap 5.5 kernel, but I'll worry about that later. For us older folks (>45) who can't do super small fonts.. Increasing the fonts in Windows, Linux, and your email/web clients does a good job and making it more "usable". You can also use a BT KB, Mouse and hook up to an external monitor, which I suspect will do very nicely as a "portable workstation". One other small con is that it looks like when closed that the keys may be rubbing on the screen. It's gorilla glass.. but I don't trust that you won't eventually see "rub marks" on the screen if you don't protect the screen from the closed keyboard.. so you might want to carry around a 6" swatch of felt or glasses cleaning rag to use as a buffer between the keyboard and the screen as you close it. (plus is will give you a "cleaning rag" to wipe off finger prints & grease). The responsiveness is pretty impressive for such a small device.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great little serial console/Linux/multiboot portable presentation & hacking tool;;Thomas W. Weeks;;;This unit has excellent build quality and is super small. In fact if you hold most modern smartphones via landscape this unit is not much wider. It is about two smartphones thick. I am very impressed with the ease of use for such a small unit. The touchpad, which is a missing feature on many smaller units, is responsive and easy to use. The keyboard has a great feel especially for non full size keys. The screen is bright and easy to read with pocket feeling comfortable in the hands. The mini laptop did get quite hot as times so the active cooling (fan) is really appreciated. I am very pleased with this unit's hardware and life of battery. Also the serial port is great when working with older network gear. The ports on this device are simply awesome. I will say when I first got the device it did not work with Linux and that was a major bummer as I can not stand Windows. However as of October that has changed. See below. Notes/Updates: * Oct 27, 2019 - I am able to finally run Ubuntu MATE correctly on this device using Ubuntu MATE 19.10. The display is now correctly shown. All other functions, which worked before, continue to work like Wifi, USB, sound, LAN, trackpad, keyboard, etc. So Ubuntu MATE 19.10 is a win with this device. I can't speak for other updated distros but can confirm this distro works great. I have bumped the star rating from four to five. I also have left my previous comments below in the name of completeness. Finally no more Windows 10! Long live Ubuntu MATE. Long live Linux. * July 31, 2019 - Below are comments about Ubuntu MATE on the GPD MicroPC. I did want to note Ubuntu MATE has released a preAlpha version of 19.10 for this device. Still since this isn't ready for production I am going to hold off on five stars (reasons below). * June 27, 2019 that effort failed. I tried loading Ubuntu MATE x86 versions 18.04 LTS, 18.10, and 19.04. All these failed. I even tried loading Ubuntu MATE GPD Pocket 2 versions 18.10 and 19.04. All just went to a black screen even if left for 20+ minutes. I next tried Debian 9.9.0. This loaded but the installer reported missing Wifi drivers (non free required) and the keyboard wouldn't work in text fields. I did manage to finally get Ubuntu MATE 19.04 to work when booting with safe graphics. This obviously points clearly to a driver issue. I was not able to rotate the screen 90 degrees so it was odd using the pocket in this mode. I did try many commands (xrandr and cvt for example but no go). However everything else worked unlike Debian. The Wifi worked, the keyboard worked, videos played, etc. Still since the Live environment didn't work with standard graphic mode I decided not to install Ubuntu MATE and risk a totally useless machine. A shame really. I can't stand Windows. Long live Linux! So for now I'll just have to wait for the proper drivers to catch up which probably won't take to long.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Well built and ultra compact plus now works with Linux (see notes);;Jeremy

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4.0 out of 5 stars
By Thomas W. Weeks - Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2019
Great little serial console/Linux/multiboot portable presentation & hacking tool
Yes.. it's tiny.. but it nearly has the power of my full size Dell Latitude (also a quadcore w/8G RAM). I've shrank the Windows partition to 63G and did a parallel install of Ubuntu 19.10 (prerelease). The Keyboard/Interface: Yes.. it's small. Don't attempt to home-row touch type on this thing. But if you're used to the older slider-phone thumb typing, then you'll feel right at home on this diminutive kb. It took me a few sessions to get away from trying to touch the screen like my phone.. but the gestures touch pad is easy to use with your right thumb, and the mouse bottons are well palced (on the left) for clicking. And the best part of all (for Linux users).. IT HAS A MIDDLE BUTTON! (for you whipper snappers.. double left click (in Linux) copies into your copy buffer, and middle single click pastes.. no more left click, drag, right click, copy... right click, paste windows idiocy!!).. Thank you GPD! I love that this thing has FOUR USB-3 ports on it! (one of which is the USB-C charge port).. Plus a full HDMI port (great for giving presentations.. PLUS a full RJ-45 Ethernet.. and the big reason I got this rugged little thing.. the integrated RS-232 (for talking to network gear, devices, and my rocket club's high power wireless launch controller via serial+minicom). Multi-boot is a breeze.. The default config is /dev/sda1=100M EFI partition, sda2=16M MSR "MS reserved", sda3=C: Windows (100G), and sda4=MS Backup/restore partiton. To install Linux, just nuke the /dev/sda4 (windows backup partition), shrink the Windows C: partition (/dev/sda3) down from 100G to 50-60G.. and then have Ubuntu do a "along side" install to a new /dev/sda4 (primary) partition).. and use F7 to access the BIOS boot menu. I also work as a Cyber Security professional and carry around a Kali Linux thumb drive that I can also boot off of if I want to do some pentesting separate from my main Linux install (depending on what I'm doing). Linux Issues: No major issues thus far.. all graphics, sound, wifi, BT, etc all "just work". This biggest issue (which may be fixed on the LTS version of 19.10) is that the screen comes up rotated 90 degrees (enumerates as a 720x1280, phone/portrait format), but reconfiguring with a simple "xrand -o right" rotates it back. I hear this is fixed in the upstreap 5.5 kernel, but I'll worry about that later. For us older folks (>45) who can't do super small fonts.. Increasing the fonts in Windows, Linux, and your email/web clients does a good job and making it more "usable". You can also use a BT KB, Mouse and hook up to an external monitor, which I suspect will do very nicely as a "portable workstation". One other small con is that it looks like when closed that the keys may be rubbing on the screen. It's gorilla glass.. but I don't trust that you won't eventually see "rub marks" on the screen if you don't protect the screen from the closed keyboard.. so you might want to carry around a 6" swatch of felt or glasses cleaning rag to use as a buffer between the keyboard and the screen as you close it. (plus is will give you a "cleaning rag" to wipe off finger prints & grease). The responsiveness is pretty impressive for such a small device.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeremy - Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2019
Well built and ultra compact plus now works with Linux (see notes)
This unit has excellent build quality and is super small. In fact if you hold most modern smartphones via landscape this unit is not much wider. It is about two smartphones thick. I am very impressed with the ease of use for such a small unit. The touchpad, which is a missing feature on many smaller units, is responsive and easy to use. The keyboard has a great feel especially for non full size keys. The screen is bright and easy to read with pocket feeling comfortable in the hands. The mini laptop did get quite hot as times so the active cooling (fan) is really appreciated. I am very pleased with this unit's hardware and life of battery. Also the serial port is great when working with older network gear. The ports on this device are simply awesome. I will say when I first got the device it did not work with Linux and that was a major bummer as I can not stand Windows. However as of October that has changed. See below. Notes/Updates: * Oct 27, 2019 - I am able to finally run Ubuntu MATE correctly on this device using Ubuntu MATE 19.10. The display is now correctly shown. All other functions, which worked before, continue to work like Wifi, USB, sound, LAN, trackpad, keyboard, etc. So Ubuntu MATE 19.10 is a win with this device. I can't speak for other updated distros but can confirm this distro works great. I have bumped the star rating from four to five. I also have left my previous comments below in the name of completeness. Finally no more Windows 10! Long live Ubuntu MATE. Long live Linux. * July 31, 2019 - Below are comments about Ubuntu MATE on the GPD MicroPC. I did want to note Ubuntu MATE has released a preAlpha version of 19.10 for this device. Still since this isn't ready for production I am going to hold off on five stars (reasons below). * June 27, 2019 that effort failed. I tried loading Ubuntu MATE x86 versions 18.04 LTS, 18.10, and 19.04. All these failed. I even tried loading Ubuntu MATE GPD Pocket 2 versions 18.10 and 19.04. All just went to a black screen even if left for 20+ minutes. I next tried Debian 9.9.0. This loaded but the installer reported missing Wifi drivers (non free required) and the keyboard wouldn't work in text fields. I did manage to finally get Ubuntu MATE 19.04 to work when booting with safe graphics. This obviously points clearly to a driver issue. I was not able to rotate the screen 90 degrees so it was odd using the pocket in this mode. I did try many commands (xrandr and cvt for example but no go). However everything else worked unlike Debian. The Wifi worked, the keyboard worked, videos played, etc. Still since the Live environment didn't work with standard graphic mode I decided not to install Ubuntu MATE and risk a totally useless machine. A shame really. I can't stand Windows. Long live Linux! So for now I'll just have to wait for the proper drivers to catch up which probably won't take to long.

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4.0 out of 5 stars
By Thomas W. Weeks - Reviewed in the United States on September 6, 2019
Great little serial console/Linux/multiboot portable presentation & hacking tool
Yes.. it's tiny.. but it nearly has the power of my full size Dell Latitude (also a quadcore w/8G RAM). I've shrank the Windows partition to 63G and did a parallel install of Ubuntu 19.10 (prerelease). The Keyboard/Interface: Yes.. it's small. Don't attempt to home-row touch type on this thing. But if you're used to the older slider-phone thumb typing, then you'll feel right at home on this diminutive kb. It took me a few sessions to get away from trying to touch the screen like my phone.. but the gestures touch pad is easy to use with your right thumb, and the mouse bottons are well palced (on the left) for clicking. And the best part of all (for Linux users).. IT HAS A MIDDLE BUTTON! (for you whipper snappers.. double left click (in Linux) copies into your copy buffer, and middle single click pastes.. no more left click, drag, right click, copy... right click, paste windows idiocy!!).. Thank you GPD! I love that this thing has FOUR USB-3 ports on it! (one of which is the USB-C charge port).. Plus a full HDMI port (great for giving presentations.. PLUS a full RJ-45 Ethernet.. and the big reason I got this rugged little thing.. the integrated RS-232 (for talking to network gear, devices, and my rocket club's high power wireless launch controller via serial+minicom). Multi-boot is a breeze.. The default config is /dev/sda1=100M EFI partition, sda2=16M MSR "MS reserved", sda3=C: Windows (100G), and sda4=MS Backup/restore partiton. To install Linux, just nuke the /dev/sda4 (windows backup partition), shrink the Windows C: partition (/dev/sda3) down from 100G to 50-60G.. and then have Ubuntu do a "along side" install to a new /dev/sda4 (primary) partition).. and use F7 to access the BIOS boot menu. I also work as a Cyber Security professional and carry around a Kali Linux thumb drive that I can also boot off of if I want to do some pentesting separate from my main Linux install (depending on what I'm doing). Linux Issues: No major issues thus far.. all graphics, sound, wifi, BT, etc all "just work". This biggest issue (which may be fixed on the LTS version of 19.10) is that the screen comes up rotated 90 degrees (enumerates as a 720x1280, phone/portrait format), but reconfiguring with a simple "xrand -o right" rotates it back. I hear this is fixed in the upstreap 5.5 kernel, but I'll worry about that later. For us older folks (>45) who can't do super small fonts.. Increasing the fonts in Windows, Linux, and your email/web clients does a good job and making it more "usable". You can also use a BT KB, Mouse and hook up to an external monitor, which I suspect will do very nicely as a "portable workstation". One other small con is that it looks like when closed that the keys may be rubbing on the screen. It's gorilla glass.. but I don't trust that you won't eventually see "rub marks" on the screen if you don't protect the screen from the closed keyboard.. so you might want to carry around a 6" swatch of felt or glasses cleaning rag to use as a buffer between the keyboard and the screen as you close it. (plus is will give you a "cleaning rag" to wipe off finger prints & grease). The responsiveness is pretty impressive for such a small device.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Jeremy - Reviewed in the United States on June 27, 2019
Well built and ultra compact plus now works with Linux (see notes)
This unit has excellent build quality and is super small. In fact if you hold most modern smartphones via landscape this unit is not much wider. It is about two smartphones thick. I am very impressed with the ease of use for such a small unit. The touchpad, which is a missing feature on many smaller units, is responsive and easy to use. The keyboard has a great feel especially for non full size keys. The screen is bright and easy to read with pocket feeling comfortable in the hands. The mini laptop did get quite hot as times so the active cooling (fan) is really appreciated. I am very pleased with this unit's hardware and life of battery. Also the serial port is great when working with older network gear. The ports on this device are simply awesome. I will say when I first got the device it did not work with Linux and that was a major bummer as I can not stand Windows. However as of October that has changed. See below. Notes/Updates: * Oct 27, 2019 - I am able to finally run Ubuntu MATE correctly on this device using Ubuntu MATE 19.10. The display is now correctly shown. All other functions, which worked before, continue to work like Wifi, USB, sound, LAN, trackpad, keyboard, etc. So Ubuntu MATE 19.10 is a win with this device. I can't speak for other updated distros but can confirm this distro works great. I have bumped the star rating from four to five. I also have left my previous comments below in the name of completeness. Finally no more Windows 10! Long live Ubuntu MATE. Long live Linux. * July 31, 2019 - Below are comments about Ubuntu MATE on the GPD MicroPC. I did want to note Ubuntu MATE has released a preAlpha version of 19.10 for this device. Still since this isn't ready for production I am going to hold off on five stars (reasons below). * June 27, 2019 that effort failed. I tried loading Ubuntu MATE x86 versions 18.04 LTS, 18.10, and 19.04. All these failed. I even tried loading Ubuntu MATE GPD Pocket 2 versions 18.10 and 19.04. All just went to a black screen even if left for 20+ minutes. I next tried Debian 9.9.0. This loaded but the installer reported missing Wifi drivers (non free required) and the keyboard wouldn't work in text fields. I did manage to finally get Ubuntu MATE 19.04 to work when booting with safe graphics. This obviously points clearly to a driver issue. I was not able to rotate the screen 90 degrees so it was odd using the pocket in this mode. I did try many commands (xrandr and cvt for example but no go). However everything else worked unlike Debian. The Wifi worked, the keyboard worked, videos played, etc. Still since the Live environment didn't work with standard graphic mode I decided not to install Ubuntu MATE and risk a totally useless machine. A shame really. I can't stand Windows. Long live Linux! So for now I'll just have to wait for the proper drivers to catch up which probably won't take to long.