December 19, 2023

AOKZOE A2 Pricing Announced – Indiegogo Live in 72 Hours

The AOKZOE A2's pricing has been announced, along with a start date for its Indiegogo campaign.

Ever since I reviewed the AOKZOE A1, I have been enamored with the feel and design. The large, gorgeous screen coupled with the 6800U at the $600 price point felt perfect, and I loved the OneXConsole that was used to fine-tune the TDP and framerate limit. Even though the A1 works really well, I was always curious what their next iteration of the device, the A2, would be like.

The AOKZOE A2 was teased over the past couple of days, but now, it looks like the device has been fully announced with a spec list that shows off what the A2 is going to offer for its users. Internally, we are going to have a powerhouse that will be able to stack up to the Ally and Legion Go, while externally, we are going to have a sleek design that, if the A1 is anything to go by, will feel fantastic in your hands. And now, we have a price point for the device and its different configurations during the first 96 hours of its Indiegogo campaign, which starts on December 22nd at 8:00am PST:

  • 6800U APU
    • 32gb RAM + 512gb SSD = $599
  • 7840U APU
    • 32gb RAM + 512gb SSD = $699
    • 32gb RAM + 1tb SSD = $759
    • 32gb RAM + 2tb SSD = $839
    • 64gb RAM + 4tb SSD = $1199

The early pricing is fantastic for what they are offering. 32gb RAM is double what competitors like the ROG Ally and Legion Go have to offer at the same price point. And the device sounds like it will be comparable to them too, so let’s take a look at what AOKZOE is offering with the A2:

AOKZOE A2 Specifics:

Design and Ports

Before we get into the internals, let’s check out the design. The AOKZOE A2 has a sleek shell that looks almost like one continuous piece, making it look like an appealing handheld. There will be RGB lights around the joysticks and will feature the normal ABXY, Dpad, asynchronous joystick placement, and the shoulder and trigger buttons.

There are multiple different ports on the device too. We have two USB C ports, one on the top and one on the bottom, a USB-A 3.0 and 3.5mm audio port on the top, along with a MicroSD card slot. I have always loved that the A1 had a USB-A port, which allowed me to just plug in the dongle for my Keyboard and Mouse directly and use it as a desktop without the need for a dock. And with the two USB-C ports, I could choose exactly which one to use for different situations when charging. It seems I will have the same benefits here too, and I love it.

7840U APU + 7500MHz Memory

Utilizing one of the most powerful APUs that currently exist, the A2 will be using the AMD Ryzen 7 7840U APU. Made on a 4nm process, this APU uses the newest tech from AMD in both their CPU and GPU lines. On the CPU side, it is an 8-core 16-thread processing unit made in the Zen 4 architecture. It has a 3.3GHz clock frequency and a 16mb L3 Cache. The GPU side uses the 780M graphics card, which features 12 display cores with the RDNA 3 architecture and clocks at 2.7 GHz.

As for the memory, we will have LPDDR5X that clocks in at 7500MHz. This is applicable to both the 32gb and 64gb configurations. This is some of the fastest RAM out there now, and having 32gb is more than enough for most games.


Recently, we were delighted with the Steam Deck refresh that utilizes an OLED screen with HDR support. While it is arguably the best screen out there for a handheld right now, the AOKZOE A2 will be utilizing a better version of the older LCD screen. This 7-inch display will feature a 1920×1200 native resolution and almost no bezel around the screen.

Controls and Cooling

As for controls, we have fantastic hall effect joysticks and triggers. Hall Effect joysticks and triggers are significantly better than their analog counterparts, being much more accurate and have little-to-no drift with no chance of it happening in the future. This is coupled with a hydraulic bearing fan cooling system with dual heat pipes and 8W Thermal Conductivity Phase Change Material.

Battery, Size/Weight, and Networking

The battery is a big one too, featuring 48.5Wh with a 65W charger that comes along with it for fast charging. This is a bigger battery than the ROG Ally and Steam Deck LCD, and only slightly smaller than the Steam Deck OLED and Legion Go. Everything here fits into a 265mm x 105mm x 22mm frame that weighs around 649g. This is relatively light for all the power a device like this is packing, which is greatly appreciated.

The AOKZOE A2 will also feature WiFi 6E and Bluetooth 5.2 support for great connectivity on both fronts. If you are going to stream, this is going to help monumentally with your internet connection.

And that’s the AOKZOE A2! It looks like a fantastic device that could stack up to the most powerful handhelds out there, and with its early bird pricing, this is definitely one to look at over some other competitors! You can check out the A2 on its Indiegogo campaign, which will be live in 3 days!

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Noah Kupetsky

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