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.
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.