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    Finalised Smach Z handheld gaming PC will be at E3

    Much delayed portable features in new video showcasing its gaming prowess.
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    Re: Finalised Smach Z handheld gaming PC will be at E3

    That looks really good for small hands.... and painful to use for me.
    Also, I just got a call from my bank manager, telling me to put the internet down and step away from the PC with my hands up.
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    Re: Finalised Smach Z handheld gaming PC will be at E3

    ouch @ prices :-(

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    Re: Finalised Smach Z handheld gaming PC will be at E3

    Looks quite good though think they may struggle at those prices
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    Re: Finalised Smach Z handheld gaming PC will be at E3

    Once a scam always a scam. Not interested in those pre-orders. It also looks insanely heavy.

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    Re: Finalised Smach Z handheld gaming PC will be at E3

    I also think the storage is very low for the games the device says it can handle, some of those installs are upwards of 50GB!
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    Re: Finalised Smach Z handheld gaming PC will be at E3

    Fortunately storage can be upgraded, it uses 2242 m.2 SSD's. Because yeah 64 or even 128GB is too small imo.

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    Re: Finalised Smach Z handheld gaming PC will be at E3

    Oh right I didn't see that in the specs. So that's available to the user without having to take the device apart?

    Do you have a link?
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    Re: Finalised Smach Z handheld gaming PC will be at E3

    Quote Originally Posted by Jonj1611 View Post
    Oh right I didn't see that in the specs. So that's available to the user without having to take the device apart?

    Do you have a link?
    Unfortunately you will have to take it apart to replace the SSD, but here's a video that shows how it's assembled.

    For the information simply go to www.smachz.com and scroll down to the section about ram and storage and press plus, you'll see all the specs.

    I'm a backer so if you have any questions I'll share what I can.

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