Meet ONEXPLAYER Mini, the newest handheld gaming PC

Handheld PC gaming set to become more fun in 2022 with release Valve’s Steam Floor the next month. But another company has emerged as an unexpected competitor, with its own high-powered handheld PC that promises a sleek compact design and better specs.

Launched yesterday on their global storefront, One-Netbook’s ONEXPLAYER mini is available starting at just $1,259 for the 512GB memory model. The device will start shipping on January 20.

The ONEXPLAYER mini first appeared in Japan and boasts a plethora of unique features that enable high-quality mobile PC gaming.

The device boasts a Intel Core i7-1195G7 processor, a low-power top-of-the-line Tiger Lake CPU, 16 GB of LPDDR4x Ram, and a 7-inch 1920 x 1080p display, higher resolution than what Steam Deck offers.

As the name suggests, the device itself is compact with dimensions of 10.23 x 4.1 x 0.9 inches. For comparison, it is said to be about an inch larger than Nintendo Switch OLED.

As for the battery, inside the device is a 10,455 mAH battery, which lasts about two hours when playing games. While this may seem low, the device can recharge to 50% in less than 20 minutes and to full capacity in under an hour.

There are three versions of ONEXPLAYER mini. The cheapest will be $1,259 with 512 GB of storage. The 1024GB model will set you back $1,399, and the largest model with 2TB of storage costs $1,599.

You can check more about the device on ONEXPLAYER official website here. Meet ONEXPLAYER Mini, the newest handheld gaming PC

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