One-netbook has just unveiled AMD variants of the ONEXPLAYER, but the ONEXPLAYER mini is already in the works. One-netbook will send into battle its new ONEXPLAYER mini against the Steam Deck, which is set to release in early 2022. The ONEXPLAYER mini is, unsurprisingly, much smaller than its competitors, with dimensions of 262 x 108 x 23 mm.
One handheld reported a few days ago that the screen size of this tiny model is 7 inches, and that it has received positive feedback in terms of feel, buttons, aesthetics, and gaming experience.
Compared to the many ONEXPLAYER’s that One-Netbook has launched so far, the ONEXPLAYER mini is more equivalent in size to the AYA NEO. The AYA NEO 2021’s dimensions are 255 x 106 x 20 mm. The ONEXPLAYER mini, on the other hand, weighs 589g, which is 59g less than the AYA NEO 2021.
The ONEXPLAYER mini is basically a smaller version of the ONEXPLAYER. While the buttons on the ONEXPLAYER mini appear to be identical to those on the ONEXPLAYER, the smaller device has a more rounded appearance than its larger variant.
The ONEXPLAYER mini will be released in the middle of December and will include a 7-inch display, which is 1.4 inches smaller than the 8.4-inch display seen on the ONEXPLAYER and ONEXPLAYER 1S.
The Core i7-1195G7 which is a quad-core CPU based on Intel’s Tiger Lake-UP3 architecture is also expected to be included in the ONEXPLAYER mini. The ONEXPLAYER 1S also has an Iris Xe Graphics G7 96EUs iGPU, which is featured in the Core i7-1195G7. Unfortunately, the pricing is not revealed at this time.