October 3, 2022

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OneXPlayer Mini Handheld Gaming PC Launches With 1080p Display, Up to 2TB

It looks as though Valve’s Steam Deck is getting some competition in the handheld gaming...

It looks as though Valve’s Steam Deck is getting some competition in the handheld gaming PC space. As first noticed by Liliputing, the OneXPlayer Mini is now available to purchase for those that want a fully-fledged PC gaming experience that’s as portable as a Nintendo Switch OLED.

Speaking of the Switch, the OneXPlayerMini has a strikingly similar form-factor, including dual thumb sticks, A/B/X/Y buttons and a directional pad. But whereas the Switch’s 7-inch OLED display features a 720p display, the OneXPlayer Mini flexes with a 7-inch 1080p IPS display.

ONEXPLAYER Mini

(Image credit: ONEXPLAYER)

ONEXPLAYER Mini

(Image credit: ONEXPLAYER)

At the handheld’s heart is an 11th generation Intel Core i7-1195G7 processor paired with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD in its base configuration. However, there’s also an option to purchase 1TB or 2TB configurations if you need more storage for your games and applications. You’ll want to temper your expectations for gaming at 1080p resolution, however, with the Intel Iris Xe Graphics GPU onboard (1.4 GHz, 96 EUs). Dialing the gaming resolution down to 720p would probably be advisable for more demanding games. 

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