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speculatrix
Anandtech reviewed the Ockel Sirius A pocket computers. They're somewhat similar to the GPD pocket in specifications, only better, but lack the keyboard.

http://www.anandtech.com/show/11816/ockel-...h-1080p-display

If you were happy with Windows or Linux tablet and would only occasionally need a physical keyboard, it might be a usable alternative.

I just bought one of these fire use with my Android phone (LG v20) and it works very well, the keyboard shortcuts for cut/copy/paste work, as do the media controls for volume and next/previous. Track pad good too.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B06XCXN...p;tag=zaurus-21

If the price was a lot better it might be worth considering instead of the gpd pocket.
koan
Looks nice, thats a 367 DPI display. I would prefer without the RJ45, fingerprint sensor and a slghtly slimmer wedge.
I would only be interested if it ran Linux of course.
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