Buyer concern over flat advertising, I'm sure you plan on using DP over HDMI but I ran into this issue of refresh rate variance on scaling. I'd try and dig up any issues on lower refresh rate at higher than 1080
@TheLumberjack Either a connection somewhere is loose, causing minor arcing or you've got a problem with your earth ground. I had this problem awhile back and I had to pull the outlet out of the wall and replace it. The plug blade contacts inside had gotten worn out.
Based on my time with the XD, the convenience of having a device that small (it's roughly the same size as one the larger Nintendo 3DS devices) is definitely a big positive. If it did as much as the Win does, I'd use it a lot more (the XD's biggest limitation is that it only runs Android games). Also, at the price point, you'll be hard pressed to find tablet/controller combo that doesn't have you reconsidering mobility with all you'll have to carry. There are a few reviews of the original GPD Win with gaming in mind on youtube, check those out to get more info on the hardware quality as well as performance.
As far as the new model goes, look into how good the battery is and find out around the subreddit or during your research how good the the HDMI out is and it's impact on performance. I say this because with the XD, I get some bad framerate changes when I try to use the HDMI out with seemingly simple gaming apps... but to be fair, it's on weaker hardware and on an android platform.
It is sweet, and it really is a pretty good price considering it's size and all. Not for everyone, but I definitely see the appeal. I would have to make a server in my house for storage though. My 6 drives wouldn't fit in there
My only complaint with the g633 is the sidetone. If sidetone is turned on I can hear white noise through the headset set speakers. This headset is closed back (i think) which is good for some but I need to hear whats going on in the house. I can turn off sidetone through the Logitech program which remedies the white noise problem. My complaint is why even offer the option if it doesn't work, so if they didn't offer sidetone option this headset would be decent. I did enable "listen to this device" on Windows but then theres latency and i hear myself talk. Side note I turned off the led lights but both of my younger inlaw bros thought that lights on a headset make em game changing good. I mean they where sold on em before they even tried them because of the lights lol.
@Absolute I don't really care for CPU brand but I'd prefer to have something that will last 2 years or longer. So maybe the 8350 black edition or i5 4690k/6500/6600k.
Go with the Core i5-4590 if you want it at $200. 4690K selling for $239 ish currently. 8350 Is also ideal. The Skylake 6500 is almost the same price as 4590, as 6600K is slightly more expensive butwill require you to buy DDR4, which will push you towards the $300 budget if you decide to get 8GBs of it.