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This is my favorite gaming device right now. Period.

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The Ayaneo 2021 Pro is a little gaming device that somehow handled every game I threw at it.

 

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Me: I wonder how well it will hold up on milsim

Everyone, Creator初音ミク Hatsune Miku Google commercial.

 

 

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Dead cameras: Nikion s4000, Canon XTi

 

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Dell optiplex 5050 (main) - i5-6500- 20GB ram -500gb samsung 970 evo  500gb WD blue HDD - dvd r/w

 

HP compaq 8300 prebuilt - Intel i5-3470 - 8GB ram - 500GB HDD - bluray drive

 

old windows 7 gaming desktop - Intel i5 2400 - lenovo CIH61M V:1.0 - 4GB ram - 1TB HDD - dual DVD r/w

 

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school laptop lenovo 300e chromebook 2nd gen - Intel celeron - 4GB ram - 32GB SSD 

 

audio mac- 2017 apple macbook air A1466 EMC 3178

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Imagine what a Ryzen 7 6800U (8C/16T Zen3+ CPU with 12 CU RDNA2 GPU, compare to 4C/8T Zen 2 with 8 CU RNDA2 found in Steam Deck) can achieve in this form factor.

"Mankind’s greatest mistake will be its inability to control the technology it has created."

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yeah feels to me that the steam deck is going to be a little outdated. but a welcomed project though and for the price?

As mentioned above, to the size of steam deck being bigger again? and with not the best looking handheld. Not sure for what the value would be, if one could use them as a laptop too + a deck/station for the device, for more laptop functionality.

 

Else it was a great video, with reasonable text in the video unlike other videos.

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3 hours ago, Quackers101 said:

yeah feels to me that the steam deck is going to be a little outdated. but a welcomed project though and for the price?

 

The Steam Deck is supposedly a much lower price however, so the performance difference is likely not enough to overcome the price. 
 

I really like this review. Both Intel and AMD have really excellent products for emulation. For PSX emulation, I favor the Beetle PSX Software core with the CRT Royale shader, and the i7-1165G7 just mows right through it without a problem. 
 

I even went and tried RPCS3, and using the AVX 512 mode, at least achieves pretty solid performance on the XMB. Haven’t gotten around to modding my PS3 to rip games yet though, so grain of salt and all. 
 

Competition is good for everyone, no matter which brand you favor. When you can’t really  go wrong with either option, everyone wins. 

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That device just seems So expensive for a handheld. I personally prefer just having a bigger screen to play on. 

 

I wonder just how much better AMD Based systems will get with complete package control with CPU + GPU, i just hope they keep it up and Intel also puts some pressure in with the new ARC gpus, although with Raja at the helm i have very little expectation as anything he tends to touch with regards to GPUS tend to do pretty bad.

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