This time, One-Netbook, the Chinese company has surprised us with the arrival of the One Netbook T1, its first 2-in-1 convertible tablet, which will come equipped with an Intel Alder Lake-P processor. It is better known for its mini handheld computers, which are currently one of the main sources of competition for Valve’s Stream Deck.
This is a Windows tablet with a 13-inch IPS LCD panel with a resolution of 2160 x 1440 pixels, based on an aluminum and magnesium alloy chassis strong enough to withstand falls from heights of up to one and a half meters, but it is still in the fundraising phase.
This tablet, on the other hand, has a very traditional aesthetic appearance, with the only distinguishing element being a detachable keyboard. The inclusion of its 28-watt Intel Alder Lake-P processor, the Core i7-1260P (12 cores/16 threads up to 4.7 GHz), as well as an Intel Iris Xe 96EU graphics, will be joined by configuration options of up to 16 GB dual-channel LPDDR5 RAM and a slot for M.2 2280 storage.
The One Netbook T1 also has a built-in kickstand on the rear that can be set to any angle between 0 and 160 degrees
This makes it perfect for using the tablet both on its own and with a keyboard. It also has touch and stylus input, featuring a digital pen with 4096 levels of pressure sensitivity.
Its big 12,000 mAh battery, on the other hand, stands out, as does its connectivity area, which has Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0 compatibility, as well as a variety of ports including USB Type-C, USB 3.2 Type-A, HDMI, a microSD card reader, and a 3.5mm audio line.
The One Netbook T1 is currently available for reservation on the company’s official website for $599 in advance (approximately 560 euros). However, it is worth mentioning that once the campaign finishes, the final sale price will be higher, with the firm indicating price increases of up to 70%, with estimates estimated to be around 850 dollars (approximately 795 euros in exchange).