However, the keyboard has been redesigned and now features a black strip above the keyboard for controlling functions such as volume and brightness. GPD is also sticking with the MacBook-style hinge rather than a Yoga-like 360 degree hinge.
The new model will come with a Intel Core m M3-7Y30 Kaby Lake processor, with either 4GB or 8GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage.
There will also be a MicroSD card slot, a 6,800mAh battery, a capacitive pen, two USB 3.0 Type-A ports, and one USB Type-C port for changing and data transfer and a headphone jack.
Overall, the device should be slimmer, more powerful and have more screen space than its predecessor.
The price should be less than the Win 2 gaming device, which initially sold for $599. GPD isn't offering a Linux model but a Linux OS can be installed later.
The device may be available through an Indiegogo campaign as early as July, but this hasn't been finalized yet.