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AYN Loki Portable Gaming PC Is Available For Pre-Order For $239+ With Intel Or AMD CPU Options

The AYN Loki is one of the most affordable Windows-compatible portable gaming PCs to date. First announced last week, the AYN Loki is now available for pre-order for $239 and up.

Although this price is only for a model with entry-level specs, you should be able to play less demanding games and retro titles. And if you need more power, AYN makes a range of different Loki handhelds, including models with more powerful processors, extra memory and storage, and larger batteries. But all models share some features, including the display, ports, and built-in game controllers. Here is a breakdown of all the different versions of the soon to be released AYN Loki set.

AYN Loki

Each member of the AYN Loki family features a 6-inch, 1920 x 1080 pixel IPS LCD display. Each has 3.5mm headphone jacks, a USB-C port with video out support, and support for WiFi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2 wireless connectivity.

They also all feature RGB lights under the analog sticks, on the sides and on the back of the handheld, allowing you to customize the look of the mobile gaming PC. And they all have user-upgradeable storage (assuming you can find a reasonably priced M.2 2230 SSD).

AYN Loki

But AYN divides the family into four segments. The AYN Loki Mini and Mini-Pro are the least expensive models, with Intel Celeron or Pentium chips based on the 12th generation Alder Lake-U architecture or AMD’s new Mendocino processors which are budget chips that combine Zen 2 processor cores with a board RDNA 2 graphics (although these are low cost chips, and we expect as little as 2 GPU cores).

The main differences between the Mini and the Mini Pro are that the Pro version has a slightly better Intel processor option and a bigger battery, which also means it’s a bit thicker and heavier.

The mid-range AYN Loki upgrades to an AMD Ryzen 5 5600U processor featuring a Radeon 660M graphics card with 6 GPU cores. We expect prices for models with this chip to range from $499 for a version with a 64GB SSD to $699 for a 512GB model.

And then there is the high end AYN Loki Pro, which features a Ryzen 7 6800U processor with a Radeon 680M graphics card with 12 GPU cores, 16 GB of LPDDR5 memory and 512 GB of storage. With a price tag of $775, it’s the most expensive of the bunch, but it offers more computing power than a Steam Deck while costing about $125 more than this Linux computer.

AYN Loki

This makes the whole line quite competitive with other portable gaming PCs with x86 chips from GPD, ONEXPLAYER and AYA…although AYA is also playing for the budget portable space with its upcoming AYA Neo Air Plus, which should have an AMD Mendocino processor and a starting price of $249.

Here is an overview of the specifications of the four models:

Loki Mini Loki Mini Pro Loki Loki Max
Display 6 inches
1920 x 1080 pixels
IPS-LCD screen

Intel Celeron 7305 (Alder Lake U with 5 cores, 5 threads)

Intel Pentium 8505 (Alder Lake U with 5 cores, 6 threads)


AMD Mendocino (Zen 2)

AMD Ryzen 5 6600U
Zen Architecture 3+
6 cores / 12 threads
AMD Ryzen 7 6800U
Zen Architecture 3+
8 cores / 16 threads

12th Gen Intel UHD at 1.1 GHz with 48 eu



AMD Radeon 660M
6 GPU compute cores
AMD Radeon 680M
12 GPU compute cores

8 GB

LPDDR4x-4266 (Intel)

LPDDR5-6400 (AMD)

8 GB / 16 GB
16 GB
Storage 128 GB
M.2 2230 PCIe NVMe SSD
microSD card reader
128 GB / 256 GB / 512 GB
M.2 2230 PCIe NVMe
microSD card reader
512 GB
M.2 2230 PCIe NVMe
microSD card reader
Wireless WiFi 6E
Bluetooth 5.2
Battery 26.5Wh 40.5Wh 46.2Wh
Ports USB 4.0 (Intel) or USB 3.2 (AMD)
3.5mm Audio
microSD card reader
3.5mm audio
microSD card reader
Controllers Full controller with Xbox style layout
Analog Hall Sensor Triggers
Rumble support
Size weight 15mm thick

362 grams

20mm thick






Colors transparent black (AMD), white (Intel) black White black White black White
Price $239 $279 (Intel)
$299 (AMDs)
$489 (8GB/128GB)
$579 (16GB/256GB)
$649 (16GB/512GB)

AYN says all models are expected to ship in the fourth quarter of 2022, but they will be up for pre-order starting June 1, 2022. Customers who place pre-orders can pay full price up-front for the Loki Mini, Loki Mini Pro , or Loki Max, but people who want to reserve a Loki handheld with a Ryzen 5 6600U processor can put down a $25 deposit for the Loki and pay the balance closer to the ship date.

While AYN is a relative newcomer to the PC space, the company has already launched a fairly well-received product that shares some DNA with the upcoming Loki handheld.

The AYN Odin is a portable game console with an ARM processor and Android-based software. It was put up for pre-order last year through a crowdfunding campaign, and although the company failed to ship everything pre-orders at the moment, AYN has been pretty good at providing status updates and even maintains a shipping dashboard that backers can use to get an idea of ​​when their units will ship.

AYN also says people who have supported the AYN Odin campaign will be able to get discounts on the retail prices of new AYN Loki devices once pre-orders open.

This article was first published on May 31, 2022 and most recently updated on June 1, 2022 to indicate that, among other things, the AYN Loki is now available for pre-order and Mini and Mini Pro models with chips Intel have updated the specs and will be available with Celeron 7305 or Pentium Gold 8505 processor options rather than Celeron 7300 and Pentium Gold 8500 as originally described.

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