The One Mix 3s can now be ordered worldwide for US$899.99
The world of ultra-mobile PCs (UMPC) is enjoying something of a resurgence currently with Chinese OEMs like Chuwi, GPD and One-Netbook all bringing new devices to market this year. The latter has already made its One Mix 3 available to pre-order via Gearbest and Geekbuying for US$759.99, but two other variants are still on the horizon too.
At the end of last month, we reported on listings for the One Mix 3s and 3s Platinum Edition appearing on Chinese retailer JD.com for 5,899 CNY (~US$855) and 7,999 CNY (~US$1,159) respectively. Now, the former has hit Geekbuying and is available to order worldwide.
The One Mix 3s is essentially a One Mix 3 with more RAM and storage. The UMPC comes with an Intel Core m3-8100Y processor just like its cheaper sibling along with 16 GB of LPDDR3 RAM and a 512 GB SSD. It also has an 8.4-inch 2,560 x 1,600 display, a fingerprint sensor and runs Windows 10 Home 64Bit. The device will reportedly weigh just 650 g and supports up to 4,096 pressure levels, the pen for which One-Netbook will sell separately.
The One Mix 3s is currently available to pre-order on Geekbuying for US$899.99 and will ship on June 22. You can also order the UMPC with the One-Netbook pen for US$929.99. Geekbuying claims that the One Mix 3s will cost US$1,203.99 without the pen after the presale period and US$1,159.99 with the pen. Yes, you read that correctly. Keep in mind that these may well be prices just to tempt people into ordering a unit.