One-Notebook has teased the One Mix 4. The 10.1-inch gadget contains a Tiger Lake processor, Wi-Fi connectivity, and an M.2 NVMe SSD. The device looks so slim with its thin bezels.
One-Notebook recently released the OneGX1 Pro, now they stepping ahead for its next pocket-sized machine. However, you need a big pocket to carry the One Mix 4. According to the official teaser, the device is of a 10.1-inch display. The company is planning to release it in the coming spring of 2021. The teaser hints that this device will be a little less mini.
Liliputing has published all the details of the upcoming mini laptop. Here, we are getting a 10.1-inch of the display with a 16:10 aspect ratio, along with those slim bezels. The device features 300 pixels per inch panel, which can give an output of 320 nits.
The Tiger Lake UP4-class processor is going to power up the mini device having a PCI 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD using an M.2 2280 socket, and a Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. You can choose from four available processors, the Core i3-1110G4, Core i3-1120G4, Core i5-1130G7, and Core i7-1160G7. The Core i3-1110G4 is a quad-core processor, but it can operate at a TDP of between 7W and 15W.
The One Mix 4 features the portability of a USB Type-C port. It is expected to have the Thunderbolt 4 ports, like the OneGX Pro. This will make sure that the device to be connected to an eGPU. There is no official price confirmation at this stage.