AYN Loki pricing and specifications out along with teaser

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Written By Mark Tait

A keen gamer from the North East of England, I currently run my own website Something New Reviews, as well as write for Gaming Respawn.

AYN first started life on the popular crowdfunding platform, Indiegogo. Their debut was the Odin Android handheld, which is currently wowing people with how well it can run a plethora of gaming platforms. AYN have announced they will be releasing a lineup of more affordable handhelds. Called the AYN Loki, the Windows-based lineup is set to start at just $299.

AYN Loki specifications and pricing

Don’t get too excited though, as the price point will increase quite a bit depending on which version you go for. From what we know so far, there will be 3 variants of the AYN Loki. The entry-level $299 AYN Loki Mini has 64GB of storage and an Intel Alder Lake U chip. The standard version will include an AMD Ryzen 5 6600U chip, you can choose between 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB of storage and will cost $499, $599, and $699, respectively.

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If you really want to splash out though, you will be able to purchase the Loki Max. It will feature an upgraded AMD Ryzen 7 6800U chip, along with 512GB of storage. This variant of the Loki will be priced at $799.

To sum up AYN Loki pricing:

  • Loki Mini (64GB, Intel Alder Lake U chip): $299
  • Standard:
    • (64GB, AMD Ryzen 5 6600U): $499
    • (256GB, AMD Ryzen 5 6600U): $599
    • (512GB, AMD Ryzen 5 6600U): $699
  • Loki Max (512GB, AMD Ryzen 7 6800U): $799

Seems like a smart mix of variants and pricing. Companies generally use an ‘anchor price’ ($299 in this case) and then go up with more variants.

There isn’t a great deal known about the Ayn Loki, but I’m very excited to see how they perform. And for a sneak peak, here is a short video you can watch.

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Teaser video

It seems like an interesting year for handhelds, with companies vying for attention before they come up with the next generation of handhelds. Interestingly enough, there’s a nice mix of Android, Steam OS and Windows based handhelds in the pipeline.

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