One-Netbook has globally launched its handheld gaming PC called ONEXPLAYER Mini, specifically a version that comes equipped with an AMD Ryzen 7 5800U processor with Radeon RX Vega 8 graphics.

The Mini, as the name implies, is a smaller version of the OneXplayer that arrived in the Philippines in November last year. Whereas the latter features an 8.4-inch 2K display, the Mini offers a 7-inch 1920-by-1200 display.

Another Mini model was announced earlier this year, but one with an Intel i7-1195G7 processor and Intel Iris Xe Graphics running under the hood. The AMD-based model has a bigger battery at 12,600mAh capacity versus the 10,455mAh capacity of the Intel model.

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Except for the processor, graphics and battery capacity, the two One Xplayer Mini models have identical specs. These include a gyroscope sensor, Wi-Fi 6, 16GB LPDDR4x RAM, USB Type-C ports, up to 2TB storage, Windows 11, and the typical buttons of a game controller. Note that because of the bigger battery capacity, AMD model is a tad heavier than its Intel counterpart.

Both the AMD and Intel model of the ONEXPLAYER Mini have an official price of $1,259 (~Php65,000). A protective case and a foldable Bluetooh keyboard are sold separately at $29 and $59, respectively.



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