OneNetbook T1: Company now sells re-branded 2-in-1 convertible directly from US$1,199
One-netbook has now started selling the T1 directly, which debuted in April as the VBook 2023. Arriving on Indiegogo in June, the Surface Pro 9 alternative garnered approximately US$110,000 from just over 100 backers. Unsurprisingly, the OneNetbook T1 is more expensive than it was during its crowdfunding campaign.
Specifically, the OneNetbook T1 currently starts at US$1,119 because One-netbook now has no Pentium Gold 8505 versions left. Instead, the convertible comes with the Core i5-1240P or the Core i7-1260P plus 16 GB of RAM and 512 GB, 1 TB or 2 TB of storage. For reference, One-netbook charges US$1,399 for the Core i7-1260P edition and US$1,499 for the same processor with 2 TB of storage.
Additionally, One-netbook continues to sell the device's magnetic keyboard, carry case and stylus, which are US$59, US$29 and US$39 surcharges, respectively. Alternatively, the company sells the magnetic keyboard and carry case as a bundle, albeit without a discount for buying the pair together. More details about the OneNetbook T1 can be found in our launch article from earlier this year or on the manufacturer's website.