One X Player Mini Gundam Limited Edition Launched - Comes with 12th- Gen Processor
One-netbooks are very consistent in presenting PC gaming with a compact console design. After updating the ONE X PLAYER Mini earlier last month with the AMD Ryzen 7 5800U processor, the manufacturer has now released new models of the One X Player mini series, namely: One x Player mini Gundam with Intel's 12th-generation Alder Lake Core i7-1260P processor. So, the main content of this article is to briefly talk about the newly launched domestic PC game consoles. In fact, it is not the first time that the One x Player mini has been co-branded with Gundam.
The previously released mini game book ONE-GX1 Pro is also co-branded with Gundam (the picture above is ONE-GX1 Pro), but the limited edition of the One x Player Mini Gundam released this time is Integrate Gundam elements more thoroughly.
According the official pictures, we can see that the design of the One X Player Mini Gundam Limited Edition incorporates the elements of the original Gundam RX-78-2, unlike the previous ONE-GX1 Pro, which only had some Gundam patterns. The whole body is white and blue, and the shape is very cool. This should be the most recognizable model in the current PC game console.
As a mini model, the One X Player mini Gundam Limited Edition is more like the One X Player 1S "miniature version" released last year. It uses a 7-inch full-fit IPS screen with a resolution of 1920*1200, and the display effect is clear and delicate. . At the same time, the weight is only 619 grams, which truly realizes the desire to easily play PC games anytime, anywhere.
It carries Intel The 12th generation Core i7-1260P processor, this processor uses Intel's new "large and small core" technology, has 12 cores and 16 threads of ultra-high specifications, and has a turbo frequency of up to 4.7GHz. Its core graphics card is a 96EU execution unit, and the memory is 16GB dual-channel LPDDR5 with a frequency of up to 5200MHz. The hard disk is available in three specifications, 512GB/1TB/2TB, all of which are NVMe solid-state drives that support PCIE3.0X4 . Such a core hardware configuration ensures its performance output, allowing gamers to play large-scale 3A games.
In terms of expansion, the external configuration of this model is still very powerful. It has a USB-C 4.0 interface, a USB-C 3.2 interface, a USB-A 3.0 interface, and a 3.5mm audio interface. Functionally, it can be connected to a Thunderbolt graphics dock or a 4K monitor , and can expand USB devices at will, and can also plug in headphones to play games, which is quite comprehensive and practical.
In terms of battery life, it has a built-in 48Wh fast-charging battery, an upgraded 100W gallium nitride power adapter, and can be charged with a mobile power supply that supports the PD protocol . Whether it is a stand-alone battery life or replenishing power, it is satisfactory.
One x Player Mini Ryzen Edition
Compared with the Gundam version, this model is more low-key. Its appearance adopts an all-black design with orange embellishments. Whether it is shape or color matching, it is closer to the previous generation One X Player 1S, but the One X Player mini version is more compact. , thinner and more flexible.
It is equipped with AMD Ryzen 7 5800U processor. This processor adopts the new Zen3 architecture and 7nm process technology. It has a higher specification configuration with 8 cores and 16 threads, and the turbo frequency can reach 4.4GHz. AMD Radeon RX Vega 8 graphics card is integrated, the memory is 16GB dual-channel LPDDR4, the frequency is 4266MHz, and the hard disk is also available in three specifications of 512GB/1TB/2TB, all of which are NVMe solid-state drives that support PCIE3.0X4. Although its overall performance is not as aggressive as the Gundam version, it can still run large PC games smoothly.
It is also a mini model. It has almost the same body and volume as the Gundam mini handheld, so the portability and practicality have been greatly improved. A slight difference is that the 7-inch full-fit IPS screen used in the AMD version has a native resolution of 1280*800, but the Onebook also provides a native 1920*1200 resolution version for players to choose freely. Friends who like extreme screens Also will not be disappointed.
In terms of expansion, the One X Player mini AMD version is equipped with 2 USB-C 3.2 ports, 1 USB-A 3.0 port, and an extremely advanced 3.5mm audio port. Compared with the Gundam version, it lacks a USB-C 4.0, which means that It cannot be directly connected to the docking station, but it can be connected to the One X Player one handheld custom docking station to achieve more powerful expansion functions.
In terms of battery life, it is the same as the Gundam version. It has a built-in 48Wh fast-charging battery, a standard 100W gallium nitride power adapter, and can use a mobile power supply that supports the PD protocol to continue at any time, allowing players to play games anytime, anywhere.
Price and Availability
One X Player Mini Gundam Limited Edition is now available in the Chinese market and its priced at 7,999 yuan ($1,257), and has a built-in capacity of 16G+1T; while the 8999 yuan ($1414) version has a built-in capacity of 16G+2T. The starting price of the AMD Ryzen 7 5800U version of the game console is 5699 yuan ($895), and the capacity is 16G+512G.
Well, do you know all about these two new models of the One Handheld? Do you understand the general situation and main differences between them? If you are interested in them, remember to compare them before purchase.