I’ll admit I was charmed by the full-sized specs of this diminutive laptop (or netbook, as you will), and I have a thing for tiny laptops in general. So I couldn’t resist it when Banggood offered it up to me in a full-on tracking cookie assault of marketing. (That being said, I purchased it from Amazon to avoid paying duties.)
It’s a solidly built little machine, and a solid performer save for one thing: It’s not what I would consider to be a gaming computer. Though it is indeed sold as one, what with it’s somewhat-included side controllers and advertising to that effect.
Sure, it can play some games just fine, but without some kind of even halfway-decent (even mobile-optimized) dedicated graphics chipset, it is just not for the serious gamer.
I do like it, though. I like it a lot in fact. Check out the video to learn more.
And here, as promised, are some gratuitous shots of the motherboard in high-res glory (click for full-size 26MB-ish pics):