ONEXPLAYER mini refreshed again with a new Intel processor option from the Alder Lake family and a unique special edition design
One-netbook has revealed another new version of the ONEXPLAYER mini, a gaming handheld that it refreshed earlier this month with a Ryzen 7 5800U. This time, the company has announced an Intel Alder Lake model that also has RX-78-2 Gundam branding. According to a JD.com listing, One-netbook has only paired this new model with the Core i7-1260P, a 12-core and 16-threaded processor that peaks at 28 W.
However, the Core i7-1260P relies on the same Iris Xe Graphics G7 96EUs integrated GPU as its Intel Tiger Lake predecessors. Hence, Intel's Alder Lake platform does not provide the same graphics improvements as AMD's Ryzen 6000 APUs. Incidentally, GPD has just revealed the Win Max 2, which it will offer with the Ryzen 7 6800U and Radeon 680M.
Additionally, the new ONEXPLAYER mini has 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM, up to 2 TB of storage and a 1,920 x 1,200-pixel display. Moreover, the handheld has a 12,450 mAh battery, equivalent to 48 Wh. Supposedly, the new ONEXPLAYER mini can recharge its battery at 100 W too. Currently, JD.com offers the new ONEXPLAYER mini for CNY 7,999 (~US$1,255), but the device is not live on any of One-netbook's websites.