Items tagged with aya neo

AYA Neo is on an absolute tear when it comes to new handheld PC gaming console launches and announcements. It looks like the strategy is to offer varying models and features at practically every price point. Earlier this week, for example, we wrote about the Air Plus powered by AMD's Mendocino platform, starting at... Read more...
The landscape of relatively affordable handheld PC gaming consoles is beginning to expand. Up to this point, Valve's popular Steam Deck has largely flown solo in this space (other handhelds on par with its power and capabilities have been priced much higher up to this point), but just within the past week at least two... Read more...
At long last, we have some finalized specifications to share regarding Aya Neo's 'Next' handheld gaming PC. Prior to CES, the company had been teasing an upgrade of its original model with "next generation AMD cores for gamers," which could have one of a few different options. Turns out it was the Ryzen 7 5800U... Read more...
Aya-Neo has decided to delay the unveiling for its "Next" gaming PC console by a week, moving the date from December 28, 2021 to January 4, 2022. Normally a mere week-long delay would not be notable, but in this case, the timing is potentially everything. Why is that? January 4 just so happens to be the same day AMD... Read more...
Aya-Neo is promising "innovations never seen on a Windows gaming handheld" and that evidently includes next-gen AMD cores of some kind, according to a teaser the company posted on Twitter. While finer grain details are not yet available, Aya-Neo is planning to make an announcement on December 28, 2021. The timing is... Read more...
Before it came out, I distinctly remember being skeptical that Nintendo's hybrid Switch console would be a hit, considering it was going up against much more powerful hardware from the likes of Sony and Microsoft. Not only did it prove popular, the Switch has been a smashing success. As far as crowdfunding projects... Read more...
Aya had originally hoped to launch its handheld Neo game console based on an AMD Ryzen "Renoir" APU last month, but after a short delay, the company is now accepting pre-orders, albeit only in China with what appears to be limited quantities at the outset. Nevertheless, it is here in Founder form, which is basically a... Read more...