The new AYANEO model with Ryzen 7 7840U boots Kurafan[AYANEO 2S, AYANEO Geek 1S]

AYANEO, which has released a large number of portable gaming computers, has started crowdfunding the new models “AYANEO 2S” and “AYANEO Geek 1S” with Ryzen 7 7840U on Indiegogo.

The AYANEO 2S has the cheapest configuration of 16GB / 512GB for 133,340 yen, and the AYANEO Geek 1S for the 16GB / 512GB version is 98,206 yen.

All can be selected up to 64GB/2TB and 32GB/2TB.

The shipping timing is different for each variant, but it is June to July.

The Ryzen 7 7840U is a high-performance laptop CPU with a Zen 4 8 16-thread core and 12 RDNA 3 Radeon 780M GPU units.

It offers higher performance than its predecessor, the Ryzen 7 6800U, or equal performance with longer battery life.

The main difference between AYANEO 2S and Geek 1S is the display.

The Geek 1S is 1280 x 800, while the 2S is 1920 x 1200.

Additionally, since the 2S has Oculink, it can be used for external GPU connection etc.

Common to both models, there are configurations such as LPDDR5X RAM, PCIe4.0 M.2 2280 SSD storage, a 50.25Wh battery, and a power button for fingerprint authentication.

Other ports include USB4.0 Type-C x2, USB3.2 Type-C x1, a 3.5mm earphone jack, and a microSD card slot.

The weight is 672g for Geek 1S and 667g for 2S.

The CPU installed in this series has a very similar configuration to the Ryzen Z1 Extreme installed in ASUS’s ROG Ally, announced the other day.

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However, because ASUS ROG Ally has high specifications, low price (lowest price 89,800 yen to high-end configuration 109,800 yen), and ASUS is a big product, AYANEO seems to be struggling more than ever.

AYANEO 2S, Geek 1S club fan pagehere.

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