ONEXPLAYER to go live on Indiegogo next week with Intel Tiger Lake processors as a GPD Win 3 and AYA NEO alternative
One-netbook announced the ONEXPLAYER in March, but it has taken until now for the company to reveal how one could order it. Starting on Monday, May 10 at 16:00 UTC, the ONEXPLAYER will be available to back on crowdfunding website Indiegogo. While there is no guarantee with crowdfunding that you will receive your contribution, One-netbook is an established company with a reputation for producing compact Windows machines.
|Super Early Bird||Early Bird||IGG price||Retail price|
|Intel i5-1135G716 GB RAM/512 GB SSD||US$819||US$879||US$899||US$1059|
|Intel i7-1165G716 GB RAM/ 1 TB SSD||US$899||US$959||US$999||US$1159|
|Intel i7-1185G716 GB RAM/ 2 TB SSD||US$1499||N/A||N/A||N/A|
All models come with an 8.4-inch touchscreen display that operates in a 16:10 aspect ratio at 2,560 x 1,600 pixels. Typically, we would applaud manufacturers for using 1600p and 16:10 displays in their devices, but the ONEXPLAYER's GPU will struggle to run triple-A games at this resolution. Additionally, you will need to drop the resolution to 1,280 x 800 to game natively, which may look rather low resolution. A 1600p display will also eat through battery life, even with a 60 Wh battery. Ultimately, the AYA NEO and GPD Win 3 may perform better on account of their lower resolution displays.