Last summer, One Netbook unveiled OneGx1 mini laptop powered by an Intel Core i5-10210Y Amber Lake processor with support for WiFi 6, 4G LTE, and/or 5G connectivity.
The company has now come up with an update with a similar design, except OneGx1 Pro mini laptop features a more powerful Intel Core i7-1160G7 Tiger Lake UP 4 processor with four cores clocked at up to 4.4 GHz, and a 96EU Intel Iris Xe Graphics.
OneGx1 Pro mini laptop specifications:
- SoC – Intel Core i7-1160G7Y Tiger lake UP4 quad-core/octa-thread processor @ 1.2 GHz (base) / 4.4 GHz (turbo one core) / 3.6 GHz (turbo all cores) with 96 EU Intel Iris Xe Graphics @ 1.1 GHz; 12MB cache; 7-15W TDP
- System Memory – 16GB LPDDR4/4X-4266
- Storage – 512GB M.2 NVMe SSD, M.2 socket for an additional M.2 2242 SSD up to 2TB, MicroSD card slot
- Display – 7-inch 1920 x 1200 multi-touch OGS IPS display; 10-point capacitive touch, 323ppi
- Video Output – Micro HDMI port
- Audio – 3.5mm audio jack
- WiFi 6 802.11ax
- Bluetooth 5.0
- Optional 4G LTE or 5G M.2 modem with SIM card slot
- User Input – Backlit RGB QWERTY keyboard, 2x detachable gaming controllers
- USB – 2x USB Type-C “full function” port (USB 4.0), 1x USB 3.0 port
- Expansion – M.2 socket for either 4G/5G card or M.2 2242 SATA SSD
- Misc – Dual-cooling fan
- Power Supply – USB PD charger (5V/9V/12V)
- Battery – 12,000 mAh/3.7V battery good
- Dimensions – 173 x 136 x 21 mm
- Weight – About 623 grams
The new model also ships with Windows 10 Home OS, and only differs from the original with the faster processor, faster memory, two USB 4.0 Type-C ports instead of one USB-C 3.0 port, and it is also a few grams heavier. Since One Netbook OneGx1 Pro mini laptop mainly targets gamers wanting to play on the go, the most important update is likely the switch to a Tiger Lake UP4 SoC with integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics that should deliver much higher 3D graphics performance.
This laptop may be cute and tiny, but it packs a lot of power and features, and the price goes along with the WiFi version going for $1,399.99, the 4G model for $1439.99, and you’d need to fork $1729.99 for OneGx1 5G mini laptop. All variants can now be pre-ordered on GeekBuying with shipping scheduled to start in about 30 days.
Jean-Luc started CNX Software in 2010 as a part-time endeavor, before quitting his job as a software engineering manager, and starting to write daily news, and reviews full time later in 2011.