OnexPlayer will soon be available and will be powered by Intel’s thirteenth Core i7-1370P processor. The processor uses the new Raptor Lake architecture.
In addition, the OnexPlayer console also has a three-in-one function of computer mode, console mode and tablet mode, which is convenient for users to use in different scenarios.
On the gaming side, the i7-1370P processor is powered by Intel’s Iris Xe GPU, enabling users to play a variety of big games. Meanwhile, the processor supports 4K video playback and encoding.
In the aspect of multithreading, i7-1370P processor has 14 physical cores and 20 threads, which can provide powerful multithreading capability, conducive to rendering video, image, audio and other aspects of the use of the scene. (Note: The runscore shows that the Core i7-1370P processor uses a 14-core, 20-thread design with a base frequency of 1.90GHz, up to 4987 MHz, and a level 3 cache of 24 MB. Performance is close to AMD R7 5800X.)
In addition to Intel’s 13th Core i7-1370P processor, the OnexPlayer features an 8.4-inch 2.5K ultra HD screen, multi-touch and 4096-level original pressure stylus input. In addition, OnexPlayer has built-in communication modules such as Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0, allowing users to quickly connect to networks and other devices.