At the live event held by OneXplayer, the OneXPlayer 2, the next in the line of gaming notebook PCs, was unveiled. This new PC features AMD Ryzen 7 6800U CPUs and a larger display than its predecessors.
An important feature, at least for portable PC gaming devices, is that its controllers are detachable. The parent company, One-Netbook, wants gamers to use OneXPlayer 2 for many activities, not just gaming. The developers want their users to have everything in one place, to be able to play games, watch streaming movies, and to be able to work from their devices.
Read on to learn all about the new OneXPlayer 2.
One-Netbook introduces the OneXPlayer 2 handheld PC
A new generation of handheld PCs with an AMD Ryzen 7 6800U processor allows you to do everything from work to relaxation and fun on the same device.
The OneXPlayer 2, in addition to having a new look and feel, OneXPlayer features the new integrated Play Center software.
This new software supports features such as:
- Frame locking.
- Management of power consumption, GPU frequency, and fan speed.
All users who wish to pre-order the OneXPlayer 2 can do so through the company’s Indiegogo campaign. Although the current retail price is $989, the pre-sale will be available until February 1, 2023.
About the OneXPlayer 2
The new OneXPlayer 2 has an 8.4-inch IPS panel capable of a resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels with a maximum brightness of 350 nits. This panel offers great definitions when playing multimedia content or in undemanding games. In more demanding games, or as needed, you can reduce the resolution to increase performance and autonomy in multimedia content.
Inside we find the AMD Ryzen 7 6800U. This CPU hides a configuration of 8 cores and 16 processing threads under the AMD Zen3+ architecture at 7 nm TSMC lithography. These cores reach Base/Turbo frequencies of 2.70/4.70 GHz and are accompanied by a respectable iGPU: the already-known AMD Radeon 680M.
This GPU configures 768 Stream Processors @ 2.20 GHz under the AMD RDNA2 architecture. That’s a lot of power for a handheld console. For reference, that’s 50% more cores than the 512 Stream Processors offered by the Steam Deck’s integrated graphics. However, it is also the GPU that most next-generation handheld consoles include. The reason is simple: it balances performance and power consumption well.
On the other hand, the hardware is completed with 16 GB of LPDDR5 RAM at a frequency of 6,400 MHz. We follow with a PCIe 4.0 x4 NVMe SSD and a TF Card 4.0 card reader to expand its capacity quickly and affordably. In addition, it has a variant with a 13th Generation Intel Core i7 Raptor Lake.
Other specifications you should know
OneXPlayer 2 offers a 17,1000 mAh battery with fast charging technology (0 to 50% in 30 minutes). We continue with the Harman Kardon sound system, WiFi 6 + Bluetooth 5.0 wireless connectivity, in dimensions of 310 x 127 x 39.8 mm thick or 208 x 127 x 22.5 mm wide without the controls attached to the chassis.
OneXPlayer 2’s cooling system features a 75 mm diameter fan and 71 LCD polymer blades. Thanks to this system, the PC can run quietly and increase the durability of internal components. In addition, two 8.6 mm wide copper tubes with a returning design and an additional surface area of 10,108² mm help dissipate heat in the system.
Thanks to its unique design, the developers claim temperatures can be maintained between 21 and 40.9° C.
The OneXPlayer 2 grips are ergonomic and feature ALPS gaming joysticks with the same technology on the shoulder and trigger keys. Each grip has a dual vibration motor that can be customized depending on the game. In addition, OneXPlayer developers have researched to ensure that the joystick has no dead zone in the center circle and supports self-calibration.
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