Recently, earlier this month, One-netbook announced the debut of its OneXPlayer small Pro. Also, the future was announced by the firm. This will be the first handheld console released by the company and will be the first in Nintendo’s line of detachable controllers. Now, the company has launched an updated variant of the small new product with an Intel Pentium processor. This new model is called OneXPlayer mini New. The new variation is an alternative to the small Pro that comes with a Ryzen 7 6800U and is available at a lower price. FOLLOW FOR MORE ABOUT newsyorbits.com
Despite this, the latest model has the same specs as its predecessor, including a 7-inch monitor with 1200p resolution, 16 gigabytes of LPDDR5 RAM, and 512 gigabytes of PCIe 3.0 x4 storage. The new small ONEXPLAYER is powered by Intel’s Alder Lake-U generation Pentium Gold 8505 CPU. This processor consumes 15 W of power. The Pentium Gold 8505 has 5 cores and 6 threads, which is one core and one thread less than the Core i3-1215U. However, it is still capable of boosting the turbo to 4.4GHz whenever necessary. FOLLOW FOR MORE ABOUT TWITTER
OneXPlayer mini new model
Intel’s Pentium Gold 8505 processors come equipped with integrated UHD Graphics Xe G4 graphics, each of which has 48 execution units. A 48 Wh battery is included in the new small ONEXPLAYER, which has dimensions of 260 millimeters by 106 millimeters by 23 millimeters. It has a USB 3.0 Type-A port, a USB 3.2 Type-C port, as well as a USB 4 port. Additionally, it has a headphone and microphone combo jack that measures 3.5 millimeters.
At this time, it is possible to order the small ONEXPLAYER through the company’s website. One-netbook currently offers the new ONEXPLAYER mini in black and white color options for a price of US$599. However, there is only one combination of RAM and storage available, consisting of 16GB of storage and 512GB of RAM.