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Handheld Gaming PC Smach Z Delayed, Loses One Of The Team's Key Partners

According to latest information, the handheld gaming PC called Smach Z is facing another major setback. After launching a Kickstarter campaign for the device in late 2015 and cancelling it shortly after, the developers tried again in late 2016.
Even though the project exceeded its €250,000 goal, the team has yet to ship the device.
Due to a disagreement with Rhomb.io, one of the team's key partners, the Smach Z handheld gaming PC is facing further delays. The breakup is "due to differences between both companies." The company posted an update on its blog, where it also stated that the project is likely to be finished by the end of 2017.

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