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- Ryan Matthew Pierson

OneXPlayer Mini Handheld 1080p Gaming PC Launched

The OneXPlayer Mini is a handheld gaming PC that looks like a Nintendo Switch, but the specs under the hood are anything but. It's a full-fledged gaming PC that boasts a 1080p (1920x1200) IPS display and runs Windows 11.

It's positioned to compete directly with the Steam Deck, which has a target release timeframe of late February, 2022.

To celebrate the launch, OneXPlayer is discounting online sales of the device for up to 16% off. There are three configurations available:

  • 16GB RAM + 512GB Storage
  • 16GB RAM + 1TB Storage
  • 16GB RAM + 2TB Storage

Prices under the discounts range from $1,099 to $1,599 USD.

The OneXPlayer Mini has a laundry list of available features, including:

  • Intel® 11th Tiger Lake I7-1195G7, 4 cores 8 threads, 12M Cache, 2.90 GHz Base Frequency, 5.00 GHz Max Turbo Frequency
  • Intel Iris Xe Graphics 96EU eligible max 1.40GHz
  • 7 Inch FHD IPS Screen, 1920 x 1200, 323 PPI
  • 16GB LPDDR4x 4,266MHz Dual Channel Memory
  • 10-Point Multi-Touch
  • 10.23 x 4.1 x 0.9 inch / 587g (20.7oz)
  • Wi-Fi6 / BT 5.0
  • Japanese Original ALPS Rocker
  • Dual Sensitive Bumper
  • Dual Linear Trigger
  • Dual Stereo Sound Speakers
  • Dual Vibration Motors
  • Dual Copper Cooling Tube
  • Aluminum Heat Sink
  • Ultra-high Speed Fan
  • 10,455 mAh High-Capacity Battery
  • 100W GaN Fast Charge
  • 2x USB-C Full Function, USB 3.0 x1, 3.5mm Audio Interface x1
  • Skin Coating

The OneXPlayer Mini measures in at 262 x 108 x 23mm and weighs 589 grams. This makes it the smallest and lightest of its two most direct product competitors: the Valve Steam Deck and AYA Neo.