One-Netbook T1 - The 2-in-1 Windows Tablet With Intel Core i7-1260P
Best known for its mini laptops, which are currently one of the main sources of competition for Valve's Steam Deck, the Chinese company surprises us this time with the One-Netbook T1, its first 2-in-1 convertible tablet that will be equipped with Intel Alder Lake-P processor. The One-Netbook T1 is nothing but a system designed and manufactured by another brand and offered here in the arms of One Netbook. No final price for the moment but the announcement of a launch price for the campaign at $599... A price to be taken with a grain of salt since, as usual, it will be a very small number of pieces before to see the campaign roll out more traditional tariffs. Just to prime the pump.
The One-Netbook T1 is a 13-inch tablet in a resolution of 2160 x 1440 pixels with a capacitive touchscreen IPS panel with a brightness of 500 cd/m². Compatible with active pens up to 4096 pressure levels, it offers colorimetry validated at 100% of the sRGB standard. Behind this display, there is a twelfth generation Intel Alder Lake processor, a Coire i7-1260P offering 12 cores and 16 Threads and a TDP of, all the same, from 28 to 64 watts. This high-performance chip will bring great resources to the One Netbook T1. In particular thanks to its Intel Iris Xe graphics circuit composed of 96 Execution Units.
The onboard RAM will be able to climb to 16 GB of LPDDR5 in dual channel and the storage, entrusted to an M.2 2280 solution for which we do not have the details: It will probably be an NVMe solution available in 128, 256 and 512 GB.
The connection will include a USB Type-C port, a USB 3.2 Type-A, an HDMI output, a 3.5 mm audio jack and a MicroSDXC card reader. A Wifi6 and Bluetooth 5.0 module will also be there. The One Netbook T1 announces 9 hours of use thanks to a 12,000 mAh battery and fast charging thanks to a 65 watt GaN solution which will put the machine back on its feet in 2.5 hours.
Currently we can already find the One-Netbook T1, available for reservation through its official website , with an initial price of $599 (around €560). However, it should be noted that the final sale price after the end of this campaign will be higher, as the company has already indicated an increase of up to 70% in its price, estimating figures close to $850 (approximately €795 per change).