ONEXPLAYER mini launches with a 7-inch and 1200p display plus an Intel Core i7-1195G7 processor and up to 2 TB of storage
One-netbook has finally announced the ONEXPLAYER mini, a 7-inch gaming handheld. As we have covered separately, the company already sells three ONEXPLAYER-branded devices, including AMD-equipped models. One-netbook has returned to an Intel processor for the ONEXPLAYER mini, the same one found in the ONEXPLAYER 1S.
Currently, the ONEXPLAYER mini is only available with a Core i7-1195G7 and 16 GB of RAM. In saying that, One-netbook offers the device with 512 GB, 1 TB or 2 TB of PCIe NVMe storage. In short, One-netbook has taken all the features from the ONEXPLAYER 1S and placed them in a smaller chassis.
Hence, the ONEXPLAYER mini has the same buttons as the larger models, along with two USB4 Type-C ports and a headphone jack. One-netbook has also included a USB 3.0 Type-A port, but it has moved the volume and power buttons to the device's top.
Previously, One-netbook placed these on the ONEXPLAYER's back panel. The integrated fingerprint scanner from previous ONEXPLAYER models appears to be missing, though. For reference, the ONEXPLAYER mini measures 252 x 108 x 23 mm and weighs 589 g. It also has a 10,455 mAh battery and a 1,920 x 1,200-pixel display.
The ONEXPLAYER mini starts at JPY 139,590 (~US$1,227) in Japan and rises to JPY 166,320 (~US$1,463) for the 2 TB edition. These prices may be significantly higher than the ONEXPLAYER sells for globally. However, they align with what One-netbook charges for the ONEXPLAYER 1S in Japan.