One-Netbook reveals OneGx1 Pro mini laptop: Specs, features, price, release date and more news

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2020 might not have been the best year for anything else, but it's definitely been a good year for technology.

With things both the PS5 and Xbox Series X now out, it's time to think about some of the other bits of tech that we can look forward too.

This time around we've got some new details about the One-Netbook OneGx1 mini laptop.

So, let's find out what we need to know about this tiny thing.

OneGx1 Pro mini laptop specs

So, into the nitty-gritty to behind with, here are the specs:

  • RAM: 16GB LPDDR4/4X-4266
  • ROM: 512GB
  • Screen: 7inch 1920*1200
  • CPU: 11th TigeLake-Y Core series 1160G7
  • GPU: Intel Iris 96EU

As you can see, it's not a bad amount of power for a 7-inch pocket gaming laptop.

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OneGx1 Pro mini laptop features

The features of the OneGx1 Pro are rather impressive. As a 7-inch laptop weighing in at only 630 grams, it's tiny in a way that seems almost absurd.

It also comes with removable game controllers that are automatically paired with the laptop itself. These can be used in singles or doubles mode too, which we assume means multiplayer?

On top of that, you can insert a SIM card in order to use 4G or 5G. It's all very impressive for sure.

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OneGx1 Pro mini laptop price

If all of this sounds like a good time to you, then you'll be happy to know that the laptop comes in at around £900-£1200 depending on the features.

That's not a bad price given the incredibly specific niche that it fits into.

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OneGx1 Pro mini laptop release date

You'll also be happy to know that you can already order it and you'll have it in your house whenever the order arrives.

So, yeah, if you like it, then order it.

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