One-Netbook reveals additional specs and product images for the One Mix 4 10.1-inch convertible
The demand for mini laptops has seen quite an increase in the past few years thanks to the introduction of the 7-inch designs from Chinese OEMs like GPD and One-Netbook. These miniature laptops usually double as portable consoles, so they pack fairly powerful specs, but the absence of a touchpad might seem a bit too uncomfortable. One-Netbook is looking to address this issue and also present a more professional-looking design with its upcoming 10.1-inch One Mix 4 that features a 360-degree touchscreen.
One-Netbook actually teased the One Mix 4 model back in December, and now the company just released a few more specs plus a set of detailed product images. From the initial teaser, we know that the One Mix 4 will get two Tiger Lake-Y ULV processor options: the Core i5-1130G7 and the Core i7-1160G7 quad-core / octa-thread models with integrated Xe graphics and TDPs of up to 15 W. Additionally, there will be an NVMe SSD, Wi-Fi 6 connectivity, a fingerprint reader integrated in the power button and the larger FHD+ touchscreen will feature a 16:10 aspect ratio, 320 nits peak luminance and 300 ppi density. Looking at the new images, we can also see a digital pen, a backlit keyboard and a touchpad underneath it. We can also spot three USB-C ports (none of these seems to be Thunderbolt-compatible) and a microSD card reader. One-Netbook is dropping the SIM card slot for this model.
No pricing info as of yet, but the One Mix 4 should be launched some time this spring.