ONEXPLAYER: World’s Best Handheld Game Console with 8.4 Inch 2.5K IPS Screen. With a 8.4 inch display and 178° viewing angle, ONEXPLAYER matches similar visual quality to those 16 inch gaming laptops in the market.
Playing games with the most powerful CPU is like racing with a 1,600 bhp sports car. The experience is surreal. The 11th generation of Tiger Lake-U processor features 12M L3 cache, 4.8 GHz turbo frequency, 4-core and 8-thread(applies to i7-1185G7 only). The world’s best performing CPU makes sure you rule all kinds of video games and boosts performance in every possible way.
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Utilizing the execution units to their best, the newest Intel iRIS® Xe 96 EU Graphics enables a handheld gaming console to perform like a desktop gaming PC. All mainstream games run smoothly thanks to the powerful GPU.
ONEXPLAYER makes full use of the performance of the Intel iRIS® Xe Graphics, and optimizes the performance and heat dissipation of the whole device, thereby greatly improving the smoothness of the game.
Two Japanese original ALPS high performance 360° rocker are adopted with stable and smooth force, low resistance and flexible feedback. It greatly improves the play feel, and supports L3/R3 function.
Obviously this is faster than traditional mouse click. In FPS games, you need real-time and sensitive trigger feedback. In racing games, you need the same to master the throttle. ONEXPLAYER has two complete linear analog trigger buttons with touch-click bumper buttons, 0.3mm keystroke, rapid triggering, allowing you to go deeper into the games.
ONEXPLAYER, the performance beast, comes with a 15,300 mAH (3.85V) high-capacity battery which sustain much longer battery life. With a 65W adapter, you can expect a rapid battery re-charging cycle. Say good-bye to your battery anxiety.
This is power bank compatible. ONEXPLAYER supports power bank with PD protocol (20V 3.25A). Recharge anywhere and anytime.
WOW!! upto 2TB Storage!! ONEXPLAYER features a built-in M.2 2280 PCle solid-state drive, supporting up to 2TB PCle empowers higher reading/writing speed, waiving anxious wait time and allowing more local games. Besides, ONEXPLAYER supports TF card as a more cost-effective way to add hard drive capacity.
It is unique for its Touch ID that is undoubtedly more convenient and faster way to unlock the device and gamer profile. No more tedious keyboard typing.
Three different storage sizes are also available, those being 500GB, 1TB and 2TB.
You can Connect with External Graphics Dock and 4K Monitor to Perform Better & enjoy better gaming experience.
Launched on May 10 with worldwide shipping available, the Onexplayer might not be the cheapest gaming device around at $1,059 (around £750 / AU$1,345), but consumers can nab the console for $819 (around £580 / AU$1,040) if purchased during the “early bird” sales period via the product’s Indiegogo page.
ONEXPLAYER handheld PC: Review
ONE-NETBOOK is entering the handheld arena possibly dethroning the Nintendo Switch with their revolutionary console, the ONEXPLAYER, that comes With an 8.4 inch screen, USB 4.0, and high-end specs.
Since ONEXPLAYER runs on Windows 10, you can even turn this handheld gaming console into a laptop if you include their add-on keyboard.
Powered by an Intel Tiger Lake processor with Intel Iris Xe graphics, it has the horsepower to handle many modern PC games.
It doesn’t have a physical keyboard, lacks discrete graphics, and may not be able to handle every game you’d want to play. It’s portable by gaming PC standards, but it’s not exactly a pocket-sized device.
While most laptops with Intel Tiger Lake chips are configured to run at 15 watts, the ONEXPLAYER is set to a 20 watt TDP by default, and there’s a Turbo button that lets you increase that value to 28 watts for an extra power boost at any time.
Powered by an Intel Core 11th-gen processor, the Onexplayer features an 8.4-inch Full-HD IPS display and boasts a 2560 x 1600 resolution, more than double of what will arguably be its closest competitor, the Nintendo Switch.