Powerful new ONEXPLAYER outdoes most hardcore gaming machines



One of the most powerful handheld gaming consoles ever packs so much punch it beats most hardcore gaming machines.

One-Netbook, a Chinese technology firm, is promising the ultimate gaming experience with its upcoming One Xplayer.

It’s a high-performance handheld game console running a Windows 10 PC-Steam gaming system on a Intel’s newest model Core i7-1185G7 chip.

That’s top level computing and the cutting-edge processor will “allow the console to handle AAA titles with ease”.

There are three choices of hard drive size to choose from too – 2TB, 1TB and 500GB – to allow for a huge number of games to be stored in the console at the same time.

Compare that to the PS5 and Xbox Series X super consoles, which only have 1TB drives.

A spokesman said: “One Xplayer is designed to provide players with a more flexible, portable, and space-free handheld PC gaming experience, with its cutting-edge hardware and ergonomic design.”

Early bird pricing puts it at $899 - which is about £640 - via the Indiegogo crowdfunding website but that goes up to $1159 on retail release.

The new console is already turning heads, winning the 2020 Intel Innovation Award at the CTE CEO Summit 2021.

It features an 8.4-inch Full-HD IPS Display with 2560 x 1600 resolution offering impressive graphics.

A top-grade 3D speaker embedded in the front of the console means big game soundtracks and sound effects are crisp and have impact.

The spokesman added: “One Xplayer is designed to set players free from gaming chairs and provide them with uncompromised gaming experience anywhere they go.

“Full-screen games will have no black border and it is possible to see the screen from any angle.

“One Xplayer’s linear triggers also bring players a completely different level of experience in shooting or sports games. Fast-action games such as NBA 2K21 benefit from the linear triggers, which could effectively help gamers up their gameplay.

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