Ayaneo, a producer of handheld gaming PCs, has recently announced that it will use Ryzen 7000 U-series chips from AMD in the production of their new gaming devices. The Ayaneo 2S and Ayaneo Geek 1S are some of these upcoming devices, along with the previously announced Ayaneo Slide and a new version of Ayaneo Air Plus.
Aside from this, the company is also promising upgrades for existing Ayaneo devices, such as a free speaker upgrade for every Ayaneo Air and a free cooling module for every Ayaneo 2 and Ayaneo Geek. The company claims that this cooling module is designed to lower the temperature by up to 12 degrees Celsius.
The Ayaneo 2S looks somewhat similar to the existing Ayaneo 2, but there are some notable improvements, such as a brighter, more colorful screen, easier-to-use triggers, a fingerprint sensor designed to minimize mistakes, and a three-pipe cooler. The AMD Ryzen 7000U chip is also a major upgrade, offering significant improvements over the 6800U, particularly in low TDP 8-15W gold range— an upgrade that Aya needs. However, there is no mention of better battery life, though the 7000 series is expected to offer slightly better temperatures.
For original Ayaneo Founder’s Edition owners, the lifetime warranty plan will be discontinued, and the company will offer free vouchers for the Ayaneo 2021 instead. However, the company is assuring users that it may be able to offer a motherboard upgrade in the future for users of Ayaneo 2 and Geek.
Coming soon are the Ayaneo 2S and Geek 1S devices, which will debut on Indiegogo by the end of April, go on sale in mid-May, and ship by the end of June. The company also promises that free cooling and speaker upgrades will be available in mid-May. While there is currently no timeline, Ayaneo Slide and the Android-based Ayaneo Pocket Air are expected to launch soon. Lastly, Ayaneo is teasing the Ayaneo Kun with the most buttons and screen yet, along with the “largest battery capacity in a Windows handheld.”
According to https://www.theverge.com/2023/4/26/23699548/ayaneo-2s-ryzen-7000-geek-kun-free-speakers-cooling
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