ONEXPLAYER mini: 7-inch gaming handheld launches globally for over 60% more than the Steam Deck
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The ONEXPLAYER mini has arrived on the ONEXPLAYER global store, a few weeks after the device appeared in Japan. As One-netbook has confirmed previously, the ONEXPLAYER mini has an Intel Core i7-1195G7 processor, 16 GB of LPDDR4x RAM and a 7-inch display running at 1,920 x 1,200 pixels with a 323 PPI. The device also has a 10,455 mAh battery, weighs 587 g and measures 10.23 x 4.1 x 0.9-inches.
Additionally, One-netbook describes the device as having the following gaming-related features:
- Dual Copper Cooling Tube
- Dual Linear Triggers
- Dual Sensitive Bumpers
- Dual Stereo Sound Speakers
- Dual Vibration Motors
- Japanese Original ALPS Rocker
The ONEXPLAYER mini is orderable now and will begin shipping on January 20. Until tomorrow, the device starts at US$1,039 with 512 GB of storage, over 60% more expensive than the Steam Deck. However, One-netbook will eventually raise the price to US$1,259 after its pre-sale period, increasing the price differential between the ONEXPLAYER mini and Steam Deck to almost 1.94x.
One-netbook also sells the ONEXPLAYER mini with 1 TB or 2 TB of storage for US$1,179 and US$1,379, respectively. Incidentally, the company will pre-apply a plastic screen protector to each ONEXPLAYER mini ordered from its website. A protective case and a foldable Bluetooth keyboard are available for US$29 and US$59, too.