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The Aya Neo 2 And Aya Neo Slide Features Can Compete With The Steam Deck

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Handheld device maker Aya Neo is adding Aya Neo 2 and Aya Neo Slide to its lineup of handheld PC gaming devices,

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both of which will feature an updated Ryzen 7.6800U chips and integrated Radeon 680M GPU with RDNA 2 graphics, according to the report

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According to Lilliputing. The Radeon 680M iGPU is capable of 3.38 teraflops of performance, more than twice the Steam deck's 1.6 teraflops.

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As Tom's Hardware points out, the Ryzen 7 6800 APU (Accelerated Processor) has eight cores and runs on the faster Zen 3 Plus architecture.

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It comes with an integrated Radeon 680M iGPU which houses 12 Compute Units (CUs).

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In comparison, the Steam Deck has a quad-core AMD APU running the older Zen 2 architecture and an iGPU with RDNA 2 graphics and eight CUs.

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Based on these specifications, the Neo 2 and Neo Slide have the potential to outperform the Steam Deck,

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but we won't know for sure until we see the devices in action.

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While both the Slide and Neo 2 will ship with LPDDR5-6400 RAM support, Aya says the Neo 2 will also have PCIe 4.0 storage,

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a USB 4.0 port, and a fingerprint reader. Apart from some internal updates, the exterior of the device has also been changed.

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