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ONEXPLAYER Mini: un (mini) PC da gaming

The new ONEXPLAYER Mini allows you to carry a small gaming PC in your pocket, at an even cheaper price than its big brother. Let’s see the details!

We do not know whether to call them gaming PCs or consoles, but these very particular devices – probably inspired by Nintendo Switch – would drastically change the way you play on the go. The latest addition is ONEXPLAYER Mini and it is really interesting. This is a real gaming PC that measures only 26 × 10.6 cm, which is about 2 cm larger than the new Nintendo Switch OLED. Let’s see the details.

ONEXPLAYER Mini: a gaming PC in the palm of your hand?

Like the big sister ONEXPLAYER, the new Mini version is based on an Intel processor. It is about 11th Generation Intel Core i7-1195G7, the top-of-the-range low-power Tiger Lake CPU. The CPU is equipped with 4 cores made with a 4 nm manufacturing process, with a base clock of 2.9 GHz and boosts up to 5.0 GHz. The CPU power can be adjusted from 12W to 28W. But the most important part is the integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics, based on theXe-LP architecture with 96 enabled Execution Units. We are certainly not at the level of an RTX 3080 Ti, but we should certainly be able to play well in HD or FHD depending on the game.

ONEXPLAYER Mini is equipped with one 7-inch screen with 1920 × 1080 resolution, a little smaller than the ONEXPLAYER which uses an 8.4 screen and a resolution of 2560 × 1600 pixels. The battery has a capacity of 10455 mAh and thanks to caricatore GaN and ben 100 W it can be loaded in a very short time: after about 20% we can reach 50% and after an hour we will have our console (or PC) fully charged.

ONEXPLAYER Mini is based on the operating system Windows 11 con Game Control Center. This software is responsible for various functions, such as applying different power settings or controlling the fan speed. It can change the resolution of the game and will also take care of system updates.

Price and availability

The console is available right now at a reduced price for the first 72 hours. The List price starts at $ 1259, therefore more than double the Steam Deck and triple the price of the Nintendo Switch OLED. But let’s see all the prices for the various memory configurations:

  • ONEXPLAYER Mini 16G+512GB: $ 1039 (24 hours), $ 1059 (24-72 hours), $ 1259 (retail price)
  • ONEXPLAYER Mini 16G+1024GB: $ 1179 (24 hours), $ 1199 (24-72 hours), $ 1399 (retail price)
  • ONEXPLAYER Mini 16G+2048GB: $ 1379 (24 hours), $ 1399 (24-72 hours), $ 1599 (retail price)

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