One Netbook’s One Mix Yoga is a tiny convertible laptop computer with a 7 inch full HD touchscreen display, a 360-degree hinge, and pen support.

It’s not the fastest computer around (in fact, it’s one of the slowest Windows PCs I’ve tested in a long time), but there’s something quite charming about the little computer.

GeekBuying sent me one to review earlier this year, and the retailer currently sells the One Mix Yoga for $460. I wouldn’t buy one at that price — if I were in the market for a tiny computer like this I’d spend an extra $200 on the One Mix 2S Yoga which offers much better performance.

But you know what would make the original a little more appealing? Getting one for free. So let’s have a giveaway!

When companies send Liliputing a product to review we either offer to send it back when the review is complete or to give it away. We don’t keep items sent to us for review.

So if you want a chance to win the One Mix Yoga, here’s what to do:

Update: This contest has ended. Congratulations to our winner, Mike Brown!

Leave a comment on this article by 11:59PM on Sunday, December 23rd.

Here comes the fine print:

  • This contest is only open to Liliputing readers with a valid US shipping address.
  • Please leave just one comment.
  • Make sure you use a valid email address when leaving a comment, otherwise I may not be able to notify you.
  • I’ll randomly select a winner from the valid entries.
  • Once a winner has been notified, that person will need to respond within 48 hours. If I don’t hear back, I’ll pick another name out of the hat.
  • Writers for Liliputing and close friends and family members are not eligible to win.

One Mix Yoga 7 inch convertible laptop preview

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305 replies on “Liliputing One Mix Yoga mini laptop giveaway”

  1. I’m getting in line. I’ve never commented before on this site since reading for HP Touchpad sale info back in the day. It is a daily read for me though. Here we go!

  2. I’d love to get my hands on one of these, want to experiment with installing a internal 4g modem to it.. I’d fully document the progress to keep everyone interested informed

  3. These tiny little PCs were always awesome – I used to use an old Toshiba Libretto years ago with Windows 98!

  4. I actually have a need for something like this (work! ugh). I don’t really care if the performance isn’t all that great, since the app I work on is decades old.

  5. My one comment. Actually a question. What was the name of that small Sony netbook that could fit in a suit pocket? It was a bit on the long side but had a decent keyboard.

  6. I actually want one of these for work. I’m on call after hours, so I always need a laptop or PC nearby. This would be a much lighter ball & chain.

  7. Once upon a time I left a comment and then this awesome thing happened…

  8. Hi, if you still have one, in the future you can give One Mix 2S Yoga as a gift?
    thanks bye.

  9. You must leave a comment on this article at 11.59pm on Sunday 23rd December. What time does 11.59pm refer to which city in the United States?
    Thanks bye.

  10. Looks like a cool thing to have to check in on servers when you’re away from the office. Would love to win this!

  11. Well, this is a good reason to leave a comment. But I never win, anyway…
    Very good blog, by the way! One of my daily reads! Keep up the good work, Brad!

  12. Even though it’s slow it’s still a cool device, wouldn’t mind one for free!

  13. was just looking at my old EEEPC 701….those were the days……this would be a good upgrade.

  14. Hello, I’m Roberto, I always connect to the liliputing site to find out which mini pc are on the market like gpd win or One Mix Yoga. you of liliputing are great.
    Hello.

  15. Good to see that non-prototype version is working well (if still slow). I would not mind a small device that fits purse or pocket.

  16. Enjoyed the articles and would love to win one of these since it’s the only way I’ll ever get one. Please add my entry into the drawing. Thanks and keep up the good work.

  17. Can we get GeekBuying to advertise the hardware components, like is the wifi an Intel (yeah I know you already said that but for other netbook they sell) I don’t care if it comes with windows, I would install my Linux I want anyway, but cannot do that on some hardware that are not supported.
    That’s why I tend to stick with the manufacturers I already know as I don’t like the hassle of dealing with bad hardware.

  18. I hope other hardware developers follow One Netbook’s lead on computers in this size category.

  19. This could either complement or replace my Dell Vostro A90, which still sees occasional use.

  20. great website, keep up the amazing reviews. With this trend of mini laptops we might actually have a Zaurus sl-c3000 replacement in the near future….

  21. I would hate for your area to be a haven for any electronic mice that might be scavenging. So, I would gladly take this item off your hands and do it at no charge to you! Seriously, thanks for the opportunity!

    Ish

  22. Well, why not? I’d certainly have picked the Falcon over either of the Yogas, but then again I can’t say no to something for free, can I?

  23. I for one would welcome a chance to own one of our new tiny PC overlords!

  24. The new Sony Picturebook, but no camera.

    One Netbook, If you put a high quality camera on the lid, a button to turn off the fan, a better keyboard and a track stick like one on Thinkpads, you can sell it for over a thousand, and many will buy it.

    Also, make it possible to click on an extra battery on the back to ensure it will last for 24 hours when wanted.

    Also, you need to put one more USB A 3.0 port on it like the GPD Pocket, while keeping the hdmi port.

    The keyboard needs to be improvedBetter quality, and better layout, even if it makes it a bit longer. Then take the screen and make it with less of a bezel.

    The Surface laptops have good cameras on them. Good enough to scan documents. That is very useful on a Windows machine.

    So come on, what is stopping you from improving the world?

    1. It is a run that people never able to fullfil, the race into the most functionality possible, I feel though if they are careful enough and pay attention they could deliver an Asus epc experience like, it is was a one time thing though, but if they cater more toward hobbyst, I feel there is something.

  25. I’ve been looking at the various models of this type of device. I’ve always liked this form factor and owned a few of the Toshiba Librettos back in the day!

  26. Liked working with lenovo products in the past, so hey; its worth a shot

  27. Always loved the Ultra Mobile Personal Computer (UMPC). Hope I win this one.
    Let’s hope this resurgence resparks the interest in a phone that can slide into different displays (think Sentio Superbook) or perhaps an iOS driven iMac of sorts

  28. I agree with your price gripe here. Price/speed/drivers is what has kept me from taking the leap. With Pyra its the price, GPD Win 2 its drivers, and with the One Mix Yoga it is speed (@ that price). But for free πŸ™‚ I’m willing to look for the right lite Distro.

  29. It’s interesting to see this entire field of devices making such a strong comeback. I was especially interested in the notebook with a serial port the other day. Would have been more useful 3 years ago personally.

    What I’ve always wanted myself was an updated version of the Dell d420 with lapdock. Small enough to be convenient, but all the legacy inputs I’ve needed. Mine’s still useful even now.

    Btw- what was the previous contest and winner?

  30. This is the only time i see how many readers this site has. I guess this site has evolved to cover more things after netbooks and UMPC’s declined.

  31. I would love to have this computer. I could use when I am operating my portable ham radio station. It would great for logging contacts, operating digital modes and tracking and using the ham radio satellites that are in low earth orbit. Please, please, please send it to me and I will give it a good home.

  32. I may be on the naughty list this year so i dont think Santa is bringing me anything. I sure could use this.

  33. Im a huge fan of this form factor and have been very curious to work with a modern take on it.
    haha, longtime reader, first time commenter.

  34. I think something like this would be perfect for a tool box, in that you could have tutorials on the screen while still being able to end up using your smartphone as a flashlight (since I end up always needing more light).

  35. Thanks Brad for the giveaway, would be a great little computer to throw in the bag and have some adapters to do remote diagnostics and the like. thumbs up to liliputing as its one of my daily sites to check up on

  36. Just wanted to say I have always loved Liliputing’s work since I discovered it back in the Eee PC days.

    This site was actually the one that convinced me to get an HP Mini 2140 with the higher res screen years ago, with a bluetooth Mogo mouse of course. Man I love that thing, I still have not convinced myself to just recycle it since it is basically too slow for anything but command line and old games anymore.

  37. The little-hybrid-that-could would find a loving home here. To all, a Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, or whatever holiday you celebrate.

  38. It’s been way too long since I’ve had a computer that’s equal parts lovable and frustrating!

  39. “This contest is only open to Liliputing readers with a valid US shipping address.”
    So, any Liliputing readers with a valid US shipping address, right? Not necessarily have to be a US citizen, right? I mean, I can use my brother-in-law’s address in the US, right? If so, I’m in. Otherwise if it is not acceptable, ignore this comment then.

    If I win, I will of course install a lightweight Linux distro on that machine.

  40. Like everybody else I would love to have this. I have a question though, does the emergence of the new twin screen cell phones and these mini pcs like this one and from GPD finally mean we will get the handhelds than can run with desktops and high end laptops? Or are those still a pipe dream?

  41. I’d want one just for running a DAW on the go; at least as an alternative to a beat up macbook or one of those android slabs.

  42. Comment! (I’ve got a first-generation Pocket, but the keyboard is close to unusable because the keys are bouncy and unreliable, and the ability to fold the keyboard 360Β° and use something in that form factor like a tablet would be really nice.)

  43. Tis the season! I always wanted the GPD Pocket but could never afford spending that amount on a novelty device. I just started working in IT and thought it would be great to have a mini laptop on hand at all times. Adding, I was thinking of developing a bit and making into something of a smartphone replacement… That might be a stretch, but I love SBCs and DIY. Anyways, thanks for the opportunity and happy holidays!

  44. Thanks for the great reviews of the smaller form factor PCs.

    Please add me in to the giveaway. Thanks!

  45. Thank you for another Quality give away! I wouldn’t mind trying this device out, like you tho I wouldn’t spend $400+ for the honor πŸ˜‰ but I’d gladly try it for free!!

  46. Count me in. You should give me bonus entries for commenting on posts that don’t give stuff away somewhat regularly πŸ˜‰

  47. What the hack, I’ll play. I remember the old days of Windows CE when we feverishly worked to convince ourselves that our 7″ device could replace a laptop…and failed miserably! It would be nice to give this one a whirl.

  48. It’s not my first pick, but it’s hard to argue with free and it will probably be better than my Fujitsu Lifebook…

  49. I agree Brad, 400$+ is too much, but I can’t turn down free! Maybe, if I’m locky.

  50. I’d love to try one of these little things out! I loved my Eee and started following this blog earlier this year when looking for its modern equivalent.

  51. After your reviews the new version does look interesting, but free is always appreciated. Thanks for the giveaways.

  52. Reminds me of my dearly departed Raon Digital Everun Note. I’ve always loved this form factor.

  53. Woohoo!
    It might be slow but it’s portable and could be a lifesaver in a pinch or as a backup.

  54. This little guy would be perfect for some of the occasional field calls I wind up making

  55. I have read all the articles you posted on this machi e (Brown nosing), and now I would li,e to win it please…..I did say please πŸŽ…

  56. I’ve been looking at these for a while without pulling the trigger. Would be great to not have to make the decision at all!

  57. I’d be interested in adding this little PC to my collection! Thanks and Happy Holidays!

  58. How does the One Mix Yoga mini laptop make a difference versus a Tablet with optional keyboard.
    Why is this configuration still an option over the Tablet?
    How would I benefit in using this over a Tablet.
    I’m trying to make a choice for a new device.

  59. Throwing in my submission. This’d be for the wife, who’s currently stuck with my 2006 Macbook.

  60. I’ve been wanting to try out one of these mini laptops. I’d love to grab this one!

  61. Well I’ve always loved netbooks, I used to have a 10 inch Samsung from about 2010 as my daily driver. I wouldn’t mind one of these as my going around laptop.

  62. I have been eyeing one of these but can justify the money, unless its free.

    1. I’d vote for you (a regular visitor) to get it, since I’m not in USA/not eligible.

      However, it’s quite telling that each Liliputing article gets between 0-12 comments, and it usually takes 1-5 days for that. Here, this article gets >120 comments (greater than 10-fold) within 12 hours.

      Freeloaders, freeloaders everywhere (bet most don’t even know what an UMPC is).

          1. Several times a week since… 2007? Since before my HP Mini 311 was released, because I found out about it here. The content here is really well-written, and hearkens to a publishing paradigm rather than a blog or social paradigm.

            ob.conribution: the Ubuntu MATE remix for the GPD Pocket comes with a script that can be used to respin other flavors, which is how I’m rocking a clean install of Ubuntu Budgie on the Pocket that a friend has lent me. It’s a great concept, except that the keyboard action feels like the buttons on a game controller: it takes a lot more force than a typical keyboard. Hopefully the One Mix Yoga keyboard is better.

  63. Funny enough, I was looking for something like this! Glad I follow you guys!

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