One-Netbook teases the One Mix 4 with a compact design, a 16:10 display and a Tiger Lake processor
One-Netbook may have only just released the OneGX1 Pro, but it has already moved onto its next pocket-sized machine. You will need a large pocket for the One Mix 4 though, as an official teaser states that the device will have a 10.1-inch display. According to Liliputing, One-Netbook will release the One Mix 4, which it currently advertises as the One 4, in Spring 2021.
Nonetheless, Liliputing has already published a few things about the upcoming mini-laptop. On the one hand, the 10.1-inch display will have a 16:10 aspect ratio, along with minimal bezels from the look of the first press render. Additionally, One-Netbook will equip the device with a 300 pixels per inch panel that can output at up to 320 nits.
The 16:10 display will be joined by a PCI 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD utilising an M.2 2280 socket, Wi-Fi 6 connectivity and a Tiger Lake UP4-class processor. There are currently only four such processors from which to choose: the Core i3-1110G4, Core i3-1120G4, Core i5-1130G7 and Core i7-1160G7. All but the Core i3-1110G4 are quad-core processors, but the four can operate at a TDP of between 7 W and 15 W.
The only press render also shows the One Mix 4 with a USB Type-C port. Liliputing speculates that this will be a Thunderbolt 4 port, which could allow the One Mix 4 to be connected to an eGPU. Pricing remains unknown at this stage.