January 19, 2022

Is Aya-Neo Slyly Making an attempt To Inform Us Its Subsequent-Gen Gaming Handheld Will Rock AMD’s Rembrandt APU?


Aya-Neo Next Handheld Gaming PC
Aya-Neo has determined to delay the disclosing for its “Subsequent” gaming PC console by every week, transferring the date from December 28, 2021 to January 4, 2022. Usually a mere week-long delay wouldn’t be notable, however on this case, the timing is probably all the things. Why is that? January 4 simply so occurs to be the identical day AMD is planning a livestream occasion.

That is additionally CES week, which formally runs from January 5-8. Though producers have begun pulling out at a frenetic tempo, we will nonetheless anticipate digital bulletins. As for AMD, the corporate confirmed plans to “spotlight improvements and options that includes upcoming AMD Ryzen processors and AMD Radeon graphics.”

A type of Ryzen bulletins might find yourself being Rembrandt-U, the codename for AMD’s Ryzen 6000 sequence APUs. If previous leaks are correct, Rembrandt might be made up of Zen 3+ CPU cores and RDNA 2 graphics. That is an attractive proposition for a handheld gaming PC, and will go a great distance in making Subsequent aggressive with Valve’s Steam Deck.

Whether or not that is the route Aya-Neo goes, we’ll have to attend a bit of longer to search out out. We talked about earlier than that it is in all probability a protracted shot, however that was earlier than Aya-Neo pushed again the disclosing “for sure causes.” We nonetheless do not know if Subsequent actually will characteristic Rembrandt {hardware}, but when that is the case, it might have been odd to unveil the hand held earlier than AMD formally launched the Ryzen 6000 sequence.

All Aya-Neo has mentioned up so far is that its Subsequent handheld will characteristic “subsequent era AMD cores for players.” By pushing the unveiling to January 4, Rembrandt turns into a extra believable chance. There’s are nonetheless different potentialities although, similar to Barcelo-U (Zen 3 and Vega 7) or a customized Van Gogh SoC just like the Steam Deck.

In any occasion, keep tuned!

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