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One-Netbook's 7-inch OneGX1 mini laptop is a miniaturized Alienware Area-51m with Intel Tiger Lake CPUs and 5G support

All the connectors appear to be placed at the back. (Image Source: PCWatch)
All the connectors appear to be placed at the back. (Image Source: PCWatch)
Unlike GPD's Win Max mini laptop, the OneGX1 from One-Netbook is a bit more compact since it does not integrate game controller buttons, but it may also prove a bit faster as it is supposed to integrate Intel's Tiger Lake CPUs. The design appears inspired by Dell's Alienware Area-51m, and this is also said to be the first mini laptop to offer 5G support.
Bogdan Solca,

Chinese mini laptop integrator One-Netbook is preparing to launch its latest models that are supposed to go head to head with GPD’s Win Max. One-Netbook recently unveiled a few more specs and product pictures for the 7-inch OneGX1 mini laptop, and it looks like the case is inspired by the Alienware Area-51m gaming laptop from Dell.

One-Netbook previously teased a picture with a red-framed keyboard, so the OneGX1 could be getting more color options in addition to the aqua grey tint revealed in the latest promo pictures. Unlike the GPD Win Max, the OneGX1 appears to be lacking the game controller layout, making it a bit more compact. However, despite the slight size difference, the new OneGX1 is powered by Intel’s Tiger Lake-Y CPUs, whereas the Win Max packs previous gen Ice Lake CPUs.

The new product shots also show that all the connectors are placed at the back of the device. One-Notebook additionally confirmed a few other specs that include an M.2 slot supporting NVMe SSDs up to 2 TB, optional 5G or 4G support to replace Wi-Fi connectivity, plus a wireless gamepad.

Pricing details, as well as the exact specs will probably be unveiled after GPD launches the Win Max Indiegogo campaign on May 18.

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Case looks heavily inspired by the design of the Alienware Area-51m gaming laptop. (Image Source: PCWatch)
Case looks heavily inspired by the design of the Alienware Area-51m gaming laptop. (Image Source: PCWatch)
Wireless game controller option (Image Source: PCWatch)
Wireless game controller option (Image Source: PCWatch)

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Bogdan Solca, 2020-04-28 (Update: 2020-04-29)
Bogdan Solca
Bogdan Solca - News Editor
I stepped into the wonderous IT&C world when I was around 7. I was instantly fascinated by computerized graphics, be them from games or 3D applications like 3D Max. I like to keep myself up to date with all the new technologies that get released at an ever increasing rate these days. I'm also an avid SciFi reader, an astrophysics aficionado and, as of late, a crypto geek.