One Netbook OneGX1, the gaming laptop halfway between Alienware Area 51m and Nintendo Switch

One Netbook OneGX1, the gaming laptop halfway between Alienware Area 51m and Nintendo Switch
One Netbook, a company already known for its products aimed at a public lover of small devices, recently presented its OneGX1, laptop equipped with a 7 ”display designed to be used as a gaming system and with a similar appearance to a reduced version of the Alienware Area 51m.

Here are the technical specifications:

Screen Touchscreen display with 7 "diagonal and resolution of 1900 x 1200 pixels CPU Intel Core processor of the tenth generation i5 -10210Y "Amber Lake" with 24 EU Intel UHD Graphics (7W consumption) 8 or 16GB RAM of LPDDR3 256 or 512GB storage M.2 PCIe NVME SSD, microSD USB Type-C ports, USB 3.0 Type-A, micro HDMI, 3.5mm audio jack Network card Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 4.2 + 4G LTE optional + solution on optional M.2 card Battery 12.000mAh (3.7V), fast charging supported PD 2.0 Input RGB backlit keyboard, touch-point flanked by mouse buttons, touchscreen, wir controller eless (optional) Dimensions and weight Aluminum frame 173 x 136 x 21 mm, 620g One Netbook will offer different configurations starting from $ 839 with a budget that includes 8GB of RAM, 256GB of SSD and Wi-Fi network card, up to get to the $ 1318 needed to purchase the top model with 16GB of RAM, 512GB of SSD and 5G module. Removable controllers are sold separately for $ 45 and strongly recall the Nintendo Switch concept. The company initially intended to use Intel Tiger Lake CPUs, which would offer better graphics performance thanks to the more powerful integrated GPU, based on the Xe architecture and equipped with 96EU. However, for reasons of time, it was decided to make the version with Amber Lake now, ensuring acceptable performance with less demanding video games, while for triple A games it will be necessary to rely on cloud gaming services such as GeForce Now and Google Stadia.

In any case, One Netbook intends to market a new version equipped with a Intel Tiger Lake in the future, which will take the name of OneGX1 Pro , with the rest of the configuration that should follow the current one. Almost surely, however, we will have to expect you to shell out a higher amount for it carries to our home.

Are you looking for a laptop of a smaller size to take with you wherever you go? We recommend the GPD Micro PC, which you can purchase on Amazon at a interesting price!

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