ONEXPLAYER ONEXFLY: Retailer opens pre-orders for new gaming handheld with AMD Phoenix APU and 120 Hz display
One-netbook is on the verge of launching the ONEXFLY globally. As we reported last week, the company's Indiegogo campaign will go live in less than a day, with prices starting at US$739. For reference, the Indiegogo campaign will go live at 15:00 UTC and rises to US$1,299 for an SKU with 64 GB of RAM and 4 TB of storage. Also, it remains to be seen how many ONEXFLY units will sell at US$739 before exhausting its 'Early Bird' pricing.
In the meantime, Minixpc is already offering the same gaming handheld on its website. However, it is worth stressing that the retailer is charging more than One-netbook will on Indiegogo. With that said, Minixpc may begin shipping units before Indiegogo backers receive their contributions. Additionally, Minixpc provides a returns policy and a 12-month warranty, unlike Indiegogo orders.
In summary, the ONEXFLY has a 7-inch IPS display that outputs at 450 nits with a 120 Hz refresh rate and a 1080p native resolution. One-netbook pairs the display with an AMD Ryzen 7 7840U APU and a 48 Wh battery, making it a comparatively powerful option considering its 580 g carry weight. According to Minixpc, it will start shipping ONEXFLY orders on September 15. Currently, the company is charging US$899.99 for the gaming handheld with 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage in black or white finishes. Alternatively, the ONEXFLY can be ordered with 32 GB of RAM and 1 TB or 2 TB of storage for US$1,049.99 and US$1,149.99, respectively.