AYANEO teases world's thinnest OLED Windows handheld gaming console

AYANEO's new product is about to be revealed: the world's first ultra-thin OLED Windows handheld console... announcement in May.

Published Tue, Apr 19 2022 5:44 PM CDT   |   Updated Wed, May 11 2022 9:13 AM CDT

AYANEO has teased that its new series of gaming handheld consoles is right around the corner, with the "world's thinnest OLED Windows handheld" announcement right around the corner.

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The company has confirmed the news of its upcoming OLED console on a post on Chinese social media platform Weibo, where the post explains [with better formatting]: "AYANEO's new product line is about to debut, the world's first ultra-thin OLED Windows handheld, we have injected our understanding of handheld into the new product It has a first-class appearance, extreme lightness, powerful performance, and many world-first features will be available at a price that is close to the people. It is a small steel gun that you can carry with you".

"See you at the press conference in May, the surprise is at the end".

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The introduction of the new ultra-thin OLED Windows handheld would stir the portable gaming market up, with the Nintendo Switch OLED being the big competitor there -- with the Valve Steam Deck coming in second -- the AYANEO ultra-thin OLED Windows handheld will be an interesting twist in the market.

Valve does have support for its own SteamOS Linux operating system, as well as Microsoft's major operating system: Windows 11. AYANEO will have Windows 11 for sure, as its current 'NEXT' portable console runs Windows 11 and was released in February 2022.

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