Handheld consoles are not associated with power, however the AYA Neo is aiming to alter that. Its remained in advancement for rather some time and includes an AMD Ryzen CPU based on the ‘Renoir’ Architecture It features the AMD Ryzen 5 4500U CPU with Radeon 6 Vega Graphics.

The AYA Neo is an effective handheld console including the AMD Ryzen 5 4500U CPU. The processor includes 6 cores, 6 threads (this CPU has no SMT), and is based upon the Zen 2 Architecture. The graphics are incorporated with Radeon 6 Vega graphics with only 6 Compute Units (384 Streaming Processors). The AYA Neo also has 16GB of LPDDR4X memory and up to a 1TB NVMe SSD inside. The screen is a 1280 × 800 IPS screen and all of this is powered by a 47wH battery that provides up to 6 hours of use, however heavy gaming fast slashes that by 67% down to around 2 hours.

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Even though a few of the graphical parts might seem a little underwhelming, they actually do the job quite well. Even with the low core count, it’s adequate to run various emulators and even games with SoC power locked to 5W. On most games with low to medium settings at 1280 × 800 resolution, you have a solid playing experience with reputable framerates. On all games checked in reviews listed below, the Neo had the ability to achieve 30+ FPS in all titles.

As of now, the console is currently being shipped to its very first consumers and customers as the AYA Neo Creator. This model of the console features a clear chassis and is being delivered to the crowdfunding backers. By numerous accounts, this is considered to be a preproduction model coming out in limited quantities to its early backers and customers. It would not be unexpected if the AYA Neo is modified for the general release and includes a different appearance compared to the Founder edition.

When it comes to customers who have published their reviews and impressions, Taki Udon and ETA Prime are two of those that have actually posted their reviews to YouTube. The reviews take a various method to analyzing the console, but it’s finest to enjoy both to get the complete viewpoint. Both look at the specifications of the console, however then take a different method.

ETA Prime looks at the unboxing experience and then looks at the efficiency in Forza Horizon 4, GTA 5, Skyrim, Street Fighter 5, Doom Eternal, CS: GO, Fortnite, and even Crysis Remastered. Taki Udon takes a look at the quality of the item by going over the battery efficiency, cooling, screen, develop quality, and does some performance benchmarking at the end.

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I advise viewing both evaluations to get a full photo of the item as ETA Prime covers the in-game performance and unboxing experience of the AYA Neo whilst Taki Udon takes a look at the more concrete with the quality and total style of the item.

As far as the release date for the public, it’s March 10th, 2021, so it is coming out in less than a month. The direct rivals are the One Gx1 Pro and GDP Win3 based on Intel Tiger Lake CPUs with Xe Graphics. 2021 might simply be the year for video gaming on integrated graphics if these consoles lower their price points.