One Mix 4: Convertible laptop with a 16:10 display and an Intel Tiger Lake processor is now orderable
It has only been a month since One-Netbook revealed the One Mix 4, but the 10.1-inch convertible is already available to pre-order on Geekbuying. Currently, the device ships from China, so you will probably incur import charges and taxes. Also, Geekbuying states that it cannot ship the One Mix 4 to the UK, for some reason.
The One Mix 4 has, to recap, an Intel Core i5-1130G7 processor that features an Intel Iris Xe (80 EUs) GPU. One-Netbook originally claimed that it would release Core i7-1160G7 versions of the One Mix 4 too, but the company has not made these available to pre-order at the time of writing.
Additionally, all configurations have two USB 4 Type-C ports, one USB 3.0 Type-C port, a 3.5 mm jack and a microSD card reader. There is also a fingerprint reader, and a 10,000 mAh battery that can be recharged with a 45 W fast charger. One-Netbook has managed to fit a 16:10 display in the One Mix 4's 227 x 157.3 x 17 mm, too.
According to Geekbuying, the One Mix 4 will begin shipping on March 19. The device starts at US$1,049.99 with 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB of storage, of which only the former is soldered. However, the One Mix 4 rises to US$1,159.99 for 16 GB of RAM. The machine can also be pre-ordered from One-Netbook, albeit only if you live in Japan.