Looking for a gadget highly similar to the Nintendo Switch but powered specifically by Windows 10 PC? One-Netbook gets it covered with the new One XPlayer!
One XPlayer is a device with the measurement of 8.4 inches. With this gaming console of One-Netbook, it could definitely play Nintendo Switch games. Not only that, but it also holds enough power to play AAA PC games along with it.
One XPlayer Processors
From how much they give it praises, the One XPlayer might show some promising performance. Because of these praises, expectations over its release will soar higher than ever. Well, in fact, it does run with Intel’s 11th-gen processors, making it super promising to all individuals interested.
On top of the 11th-gen processors, it includes Iris Xe graphics, which makes the performance becoming fitting for FHD gaming. And, yes, it definitely includes AAA titles. This high-end ‘Ultimate Edition’ arrives with a Core i7-1185G7. It also comes along with the 96EU Iris Xe graphics.
Other options of the 96 execution units are also available within the Pro Edition of the Core i7-1165G7. Although, there’s an alternative to that, which is the Standard Edition. The Standard Edition consists of a Core i5-1135G7. Much of its power drives from the 80EU graphics.
One XPlayer Specs
Memory and Storage
All of these sound like they’ve been specced out to the max of their abilities. The One XPlayer runs on a 16GB LPDDR4x 4266 MHz memory. Not only that, but it also runs with a 2TB storage capacity, the 2TB M.2 2280 SSD storage system.
As for ports, One-Netbook promises dual 4.0 Type-C USB ports, including a single 3.2 Gen-1 Type-A USB port.
It also comes structured with a built-in controller into the chassis with the same Nintendo Switch style. Despite that, you might need to keep the unit up with the use of a kickstand. Also, better plug in a controller to the Type-A USB port while you’re at it. There’s also the option of connecting an external GPU through the Thunderbolt port, which will jack up its power.
Wondering how the thermal system might work? Well, with the use of built-in dual fans and dual heat pipes, the temperature will stagnate throughout its whole usage.
15,300mAh comes powering up the battery life of the device. With how much battery power the device runs on, it shows that there are many beefy internals.
The screen displays a high resolution of 2560×1600. That makes 16:10 the aspect ratio. Nonetheless, Intel promised the One XPlayer to consist of Iris Xe graphics for the capacity of doing FHD gaming. You can increase the resolution at any preferable time, only with the connection of an external GPU.
A magnetic keyboard comes in as one of the attachables for the One XPlayer. You can use it for gaming, as well as for productivity too.
With its Windows 10 power and storage capacity, there’s not much reason to not use it for other purposes.
It’s not surprising how you can’t purchase it just yet. It’s a campaign that goes through crowdfunding on Indiegogo, which just launched on May 10. With the base model already priced at $899, it could only go up. So, you might want to pre-order now. The shipment of the product may start within a month, as expected by One-Netbook.