New gaming handheld with Intel Alder Lake starting at $1,399

One-Netbook introduces another extension of its handheld PC series Onexplayer, this time using Intel technology, but just not cheap.

New gaming handheld with Intel Alder Lake starting at $1,399

Photo Credits: OneXPlayer/Promo

Following the Onexplayer Mini, based on AMD's Ryzen 7 5800U, as new competition for Valve's Steam Deck last spring, a Pro version of the model with Intel's current mobile processor Core i7-1260P with 28 watts is now following TDP, which depends on 12 CPU cores (4 P and 8 E cores) along with 16 threads and an integrated Intel Xe graphics unit with 96 execution units (EUs). The Intel SoC is regarded to be worse in terms of gaming performance when compared to AMD's newer Ryzen 7 6800U.

Furthermore, the new Onexplayer Mini Pro has a single configuration with 16 GiBytes of soldered LPDDR5X RAM, while the built-in NVMe SSD with preloaded Windows 11 can be selected between 1 and 2 TB with a corresponding cost.

The visual output is handled by a 7-inch (17.8-cm) IPS-based display in 16:10 format with 1,280 x 800 pixels and touchscreen capabilities. Aside from the foldable Bluetooth keyboard, there are two analog sticks, a control pad, action, and macro buttons, and four shoulder buttons directly on the tablet.

The Onexplayer Mini Pro weighs 620 grams and has dimensions of 260 x 106 x 23 millimeters. It has two paired USB-C ports (1x USB 4, 1x USB 3.2 Gen2) and one USB-A port (3.2 Gen1).

Featuring a 3.5 mm jack and Wi-Fi 6 in terms of WLAN (802.11ax). The new model is presently available for pre-order on the manufacturer's website for $1,399 USD (1 TB) or 1,589 USD (2 TB) in black or white. Prices in the shop are said to be 60 US dollars higher after the pre-sale, based on strikethrough prices.

Post by Bryan C.