The handheld gaming PC SMACH Z showcased at the Tokyo Game Show



Between the 21st and the 23rd of September, the SMACH Z was exposed for the first time in Asia at the Tokyo Game Show.

The event was a success both for the fair attendance (298.690 visits, 17.5% more than in 2017), both for the enthusiastic reaction of the Japanese public to the SMACH Z.

Japan was already one of the top markets for SMACH Z, as the majority of pre-orders in the last three months came from this country.

The widespread gaming culture and the strong advance in the transition to mobile compared to the western countries, make Japan the ideal market for SMACH Z to penetrate in. And the positive feedback from the Tokyo Game Show confirms it.

The event attendees had the opportunity to get the SMACH Z in their hands and to test its ergonomic handling. Each of the SMACH Z controls and buttons has been positioned based on the frequency of use, required precision, and ergonomic comfort.

The product feature that the Japanese public seemed to appreciate the most was the possibility to install Windows and to connect their own Steam library to play all those games that they already own.

During the event, several Japanese media interviewed the SMACH Team, among them 4gamer.net and Gizmodo. Almost 20 big Asian retailers, like Amazon Japan, took advantage of the Tokyo Game Show to get in touch with the SMACH Team and to show their interest in selling the SMACH Z in Asia.

The SMACH Z can be pre-ordered on www.smachz.com at a starting price of €699. Orders will be delivered prior to the market release date and receive a 10% discount.


The handheld gaming PC SMACH Z showcased at the Tokyo Game Show The handheld gaming PC SMACH Z showcased at the Tokyo Game Show Reviewed by Tech News 24h on September 27, 2018 Rating: 5

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