As an alternative to the now postponed Steam Deck, One-Netbook works with the Onexplayer Mini gaming device. The company has already disclosed some information about this, which is shared on Reddit ( via Notebookcheck ), among others. As the name suggests, the OneXplayer Mini is a small version of the Onexplayer. It uses a 7-inch (17.8 cm) LC display with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels.
The manufacturer shows the device in comparison to the Steam Deck, the obvious main competitor of the OneXplayer Mini. At 262 x 108 x 23 mm and weighing 589 grams, it should be even smaller and lighter than Valve’s game console. In addition, the system does not use an adapted chip from AMD with integrated graphics, but instead an Intel Core i7-1195G7 (Tiger Lake) with Iris-Xe GPU in the full 96-EU version.
Like the larger version, the device has two analog sticks, four action buttons, a control pad, and several additional system buttons. There are also four triggers on the top. Most console titles can therefore also be played on the OneXplayer Mini. However, the Steam Deck’s own trackpads are missing here.
This also applies to the operating system used. One-Netbook will probably opt for a Windows license again. The device will therefore be software-compatible with most PC games. Valve’s Steam Deck will rely on a customized Linux distribution that runs a Steam interface.
It is quite possible that the OneXplayer Mini will therefore be a little more powerful. With the large online player, this is paid, among other things, with a higher price: the manufacturer wants to have $1200 for it. It is not yet known what the price of the small version will be.
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