One-Netbook, a manufacturer of portable computing devices, is looking to redefine the handheld game console with the ONE XPLAYER, now available on Indiegogo. The ONE XPLAYER portable game console features an Intel Core i7-1185G7, 8.4-inch 2560×1600 resolution display, up to 2TB of storage, and promises to “handle AAA titles with ease.”
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Supported by Tencent games through the development process, this handheld game console has linear triggers, bumpers, ALPS original thumbsticks, and a classic XYAB button array. According to One-Netbook, it is inspired by the Xbox controller for maximum comfort. With dual Thunderbolt 4.0 USB-C ports, gamers can even use it with an external graphics card hub and an external 4K display.
The portable game console can also be used with a magnetic keyboard that doubles as a screen cover when not in use and an external mouse. The rear bracket lets gamers easily use the console on a desk or table.
Key specifications of the ONE XPLAYER include:
- CPU: Intel’s newest model Tiger Lake I7: The most powerful CPU for gaming
- GPU: Intel iRIS Xe core Graphics
- RAM: 16GB dual-channel, LPDDR4x, 4266MHz
- Storage: 500GB/1TB/2TB configurations with microSD card support
- Screen: 2560 x 1600: The best resolution compared to the competing products
- Battery: 15,300mA: 40 mins longer in battery life compared to the competing products
- Network: Wi-Fi 6/Bluetooth 5.0
- Fingerprint scanner: On power button
- Linear trigger: Features a configuration that optimizes gaming experience, especially in FPS
- Double cooling fans: Avoid overheating, reduce the chance of game lag and extend battery life
- Ergonomic design: The curving profile and button design are all made for a comfortable gaming experience
- USB ports: 2x USB4.0 thunderbolt + 1x USB 3.0
- Audio: Dual front 3D Speaker and 3.5mm audio jack
- ROM: Available in 2TB, 1TB and 500GB
The ONE XPLAYER is now available on Indiegogo, with a super early bird pricing of US$899. After the campaign, the retail price is expected to jump to $1,159.
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