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Early Bird prices and a release date for the new gaming handheld, AOKZOE A1 Pro, have been announced

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Photo Credit: TechGoing The A1 Pro's debut price and the start date of AOKZOE's Indiegogo campaign have both been disclosed. The business has also released additional videos of the A1 Pro in use, in which it tests the purported AMD Ryzen 7 7840U. AOKZOE is still teasing the A1 Pro in advance of its debut. The A1 Pro is one of two gaming handhelds that AOKZOE is planning, as we've previously stated. In essence, the A1 Pro is bigger than the other one even if they both can use the identical AMD Ryzen 7 7840U APU. The business has now declared that the A1 Pro will go on sale on April 30. AOKZOE A1 handheld gaming PC with Ryzen 7 6800U hits Kickstarter for $899  and up - Liliputing Photo Credit: Liliputing AOKZOE, on the other hand, hasn't said anything further about the A2 since listing it on the same crowdfunding website last week. However, the business has stated that the A1 Pro's starting price in black and white will be US$799. Unfortunately, it is unknown how many devices AOKZOE intends to sell at this cost. It does, however, imply that the pricing will be honored for 96 hours following introduction. Also Read: A Hands-On Preview of the ASUS ROG Ally Handheld Gaming PC Furthermore, Early Bird orders will come with a variety of extras. The business claims that it will include a carry case, a glass screen protector, a USB Type-C dock, joystick caps, and a 64 GB USB stick with the AOKZOE logo. Once more, it is unknown if AOKZOE will offer comparable accessories for orders placed through other Indiegogo campaigns. Additional A1 Pro videos have also been published by AOKZOE.

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