One-netbook T1 introduced with Intel Core i7-1260P to take on the Microsoft Surface Pro 8 from US$599
One-netbook has unveiled the T1, a convertible that it announced in April as the VBook 2023 under its VOYO affiliated brand. While the device's branding and name have changed in a month, its specifications have not. In fact, One-netbook has since clarified that the T1 does not feature a dedicated GPU, as its marketing materials suggested would be the case.
As a result, the company's claim of the T1 being the 'world's most powerful tablet' is incorrect. If you are after a powerful tablet, then ASUS offers the ROG Flow Z13 with the Core i9-12900H and the RTX 3050 Ti, a powerful combination considering its 302 x 204 x 12 mm chassis. Also, the ROG Flow Z13 supports ASUS' ROG XG Mobile, an external GPU solution that features an RTX 3080 Laptop GPU.
Still, the One-netbook T1 features the Core i7-1260P, an Alder Lake processor with 4 P-cores, 8 E-cores and 16 threads. Additionally, One-netbook equips the tablet with 16 GB of LPDDR5-5200 RAM and an M.2 2280 SSD, plus a 12,800 mAh battery that it rates for up to 9 hours of use. Incidentally, the Core i7-1260P contains an Intel Iris Xe integrated GPU that packs 96 Execution Units (EUs) and has a 1.4 GHz peak clock speed.
Separately, the One-netbook T1 has a 13-inch IPS display that outputs at 2,160 x 1,440 pixels, 500 nits and with 100% sRGB colour space coverage. Initially, One-netbook will sell the T1 for US$599 through a crowdfunding campaign. However, One-netbook has hinted that the tablet could reach US$850 after its crowdfunding campaign ends. One-netbook hopes to begin the T1 crowdfunding campaign later this month.