XPG reveals NIA PC Gaming Handheld with upgradable CAMM2 memory

XPG is entering the handheld PC gaming market with some unique features

At Computex 2024, XPG has revealed their upcoming NIA handheld, promising to deliver unique features that other AMD-powered handhelds lack. For starters, XPG has promised users support for “Exclusive Foveated Rendering Functionality”. Additionally, the handheld will feature a front-facing camera with “eye-tracking functionalty”.

Currently, it is unknown how XPG’s Foveated rendering tech will work. That said, if it works alongside eye tracking it could be used to focus on the visuals of areas of the screen that players are focusing on. With this feature, visuals could be downgraded in other areas to boost the performance of the handheld.

Sadly, the specifications of this new handheld are unknown. The handheld will feature an AMD Phoenix APU. Even so, that isn’t much information to go on.

Two neat features that the XPG NIA has is its tiltable screen and its use of upgradable CAMM2 memory. In theory, this handheld supports up to 64GB of LPDDR5X memory. That’s more than enough memory for any gaming system. Note that 64GB of memory is more than a PS5, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, Nintendo Switch, and Steam Deck combined.

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