ONEXFLY global launch pricing teased before release
One-netbook has outlined global pricing for the ONEXFLY, over a month after the company confirmed that the gaming handheld would be available through Indiegogo. Since then, it has started offering the ONEXPLAYER 2 Pro EVA Limited Edition through Droix and previewed the OneMix 5, although it has not been forthcoming about a ONEXFLY release date. Nonetheless, One-netbook has now teased that the ONEXFLY could start at US$739 with some caveats, making it slightly more expensive than the ROG Ally.
As the screenshots below show, One-netbook will only sell the gaming handheld at this price if enough people pay US$9.90 for its 'Mega Bundle', which includes a protective case, a glass screen protector and a 128 GB MicroSD card. Please note that One-netbook has not revealed ONEXFLY pricing if it fails to reach its current funding goal of 2,001 units. Also, One-netbook will only ship Mega Bundle orders if you purchase a ONEXFLY unit through its upcoming Indiegogo campaign.
For reference, the ONEXFLY is one of many AMD Ryzen 7 7840U-powered gaming handhelds. One-netbook pairs the Zen 4 and RDNA 3 APU with a 7-inch and 120 Hz display that runs at 1080p. Moreover, the ONEXFLY has a larger battery than the ROG Ally at 48 Wh, faster RAM and is roughly 28 g lighter too. Unfortunately, One-netbook continues to leave fans in the dark as to when the ONEXFLY will be available.