OnexPlayer Unveils Cutting-edge X1 3-in-1 Tablet PC with Impressive Features and Pricing


OnexPlayer hosted a product launch conference today, revealing its latest innovation, the OnexPlayer X1 3-in-1 Tablet PC. The star of the show boasts a starting price of $850, targeting tech enthusiasts and professionals looking for a versatile device.

The OnexPlayer X1 is powered by Intel Core Ultra processors, offering users the choice between the Ultra 5 125H and Ultra 7 155H variants. The processors are enhanced with a Honeywell phase-change heat conductor for optimal performance. The device features dual-channel LPDDR5X-7500 memory with options for 16GB, 32GB, or 64GB. Additionally, users can choose from PCIe4.0*4 M.2 2280 specification SSDs, ranging from 1TB to 4TB, all equipped with graphene heat sinks for efficient cooling.

The Ultra 7 155H processor stands out with a 6+8+2 core specification, a turbo frequency of 4.8GHz, and an 8Xe core display. On the other hand, the Ultra 5 125H offers a 4+8+2 core specification, a turbo frequency of 4.5GHz, and a 7Xe core display. Impressively, popular games like "Honkai: Star Rail" and "Marvel's Spider-Man" demonstrated smooth performance, reaching up to 60 and 78 frames, respectively, at 800p resolution.

The OnexPlayer X1 features a 10.95-inch 2.5K 120Hz screen with a brightness of 540nit and a 16:10 screen ratio. Supporting DC dimming, the device provides an immersive visual experience. Its unique selling point lies in the addition of a split detachable handle, earning it the "3-in-1" designation. The keyboard design resembles that of the Microsoft Surface, with a detachable keyboard and a stand on the Tablet body.

The handle of the X1 boasts a distinctive "chicken leg" grip with an asymmetric design, supporting customizable button functions. On the audio front, the X1 is certified by Harman and equipped with dual speakers featuring 27*12 Harman high-performance composite full-range speaker units.

Connectivity is a strong suit for the OnexPlayer X1, offering dual USB 4.0 full-function interfaces with a theoretical bandwidth of up to 40Gbps. The device supports external graphics card docks and includes an Oculink interface with PCIe4.0*4 channels for enhanced performance. Other interfaces include a TF card slot, USB-A 3.2, dual USB-C 4.0, 3.5mm audio, and the Oculink graphics card dock interface.

With a 16890mAh (65.02Wh) battery, the OnexPlayer X1 promises impressive endurance, coupled with a 100W GaN charger. It claims to handle 169 minutes of "Genshin Impact" at 800p low quality, 8 hours of office use, and 11 hours of local video playback.

The OnexPlayer X1 runs on the Windows 11 system and weighs a mere 789g on its own, making it a highly portable solution for users on the go.

  • Ultra 5 125H + 16GB + 1TB: $999 (Initial Price: $909)
  • Ultra 7 155H + 32GB + 1TB: $1,489 (Initial Price: $1,369)
  • Ultra 7 155H + 32GB + 2TB: $1,589 (Initial Price: $1,469)
  • Ultra 7 155H + 64GB + 4TB: $1,689 (Initial Price: $1,589)

 The OnexPlayer X1 is now available for pre-order, with early birds receiving a magnetic keyboard and an original handle at a discounted price of $55.99 each. The OnexPlayer X1 sets a new standard in the 3-in-1 tablet PC category, combining powerful performance with innovative design at a competitive price point.

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