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I am looking for a small laptop to match my RCA Voyager Pro. For me, this is a matter of character and style. I want something with decent specifications that I can fit in my pocket (see table below):

+-------------+----------------+
| Screen      | Under 9"       |
| RAM         | 8GB+           |
| SSD         | 300GB+         |
| Processor   | Intel Core i3+ |
+-------------+----------------+

I came across something called the One Netbook One Mix 3S Yoga, which seemed to be exactly what I was looking for. However, after reading the customer reviews, I realized that this laptop has a problem with overheating.

This was the only the only pocket-sized laptop I could find the internet. Is there a different one I may have overlooked?

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GPD is THE brand for such toys.

But your list of requirements I think isn't realistic (and in a way not even relevant.) Even normal big laptops don't usually match those specs so why would you look for them in a miny device and then expect it shouldn't even be overly hot... (And TBH, comparing to the RCA Voyager Pro which has 1 GB RAM why are you looking for 16 GB?....)

If you do consider going with GPD, there is the 8.9" GPD P2 Max and its smaller brother the 7" GPD Pocket 2

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    I really like the look of the GPD Pocket 2, but a Celeron or m3 processor just wont make the cut. I wish they could put at least an i3 in there. I would not mind a loud fan... ;n; – Cardinal - Reinstate Monica Mar 13 at 16:28
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    Have you looked at the actual specs of these CPUs, or just judging them by name? A core m3-8100Y matches the requirements you had initially. 2 Cores, 4 Threads, single-core turbo 3.4GHz. I3 of the same gen are not much better, especially when crammed into the low TDP envelope of such a small device. Cooling 15W without thermal throttling is not going to happen in this form factor. – user13807 Mar 13 at 17:09

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