One Netbook may not have been the first company to revive the mini-laptop. But the company has sure been busy in the past year, launching the One Mix Yoga, One Mix 1S Yoga, One Mix 2/2S Yoga, and the One Mix 3/3S Yoga.

The latter is the company’s largest to date, but this 1.5 inch laptop with an 8.4 inch touchscreen display and convertible tablet-style design is still pretty tiny by modern laptop standards. It’s not quite pocket-sized, but it’s petty close.

Now that I’ve had a chance to review the little laptop and compare it with its peers, I’m kind of sorry to part with it… but Liliputing’s review policy is that we don’t keep anything sent to us for review. If the company wants us to send it back, we do. And if not… it’s time for a Liliputing One Mix 3 Yoga giveaway!

So here’s the deal: this is a contest for the demo unit One Netbook sent to me for review. It’s a lightly-used version of a One Mix 3 Yoga that Banggood sells for $750 and GeekBuying sells for $760 (or $780 with the pen, which is included in this case).

Here’s how to enter for a chance to win:

Leave a comment on this site by 11:59PM Eastern Time on Monday, August 12th, 2019. 

Update: This contest has ended. Congratulations to our winner, Neil Benson!

Of course there are a few rules:

  • This contest is open to Liliputing readers with a valid shipping address in the continental United States (because overseas shipping is expensive and I’m footing the bill).
  • Please leave just one comment.
  • Please us a valid email address when you leave your comment so that I have a way to get in touch if you’re selected as the winner.
  • I’ll randomly select a winner from valid entries.
  • Once that person has been contacted, they’ll have 48 hours to respond. If they don’t respond within that time, I’ll pick a new winner.
  • Writers for Liliputing and close friends and family members are not eligible to win.

Want to know a little more about the One Mix 3 Yoga? Check out all of our previous coverage, or Liliputing’s in-depth review:

One Mix 3 Yoga 8.4 inch mini laptop review

Here are the specs:

  • 8.4 inch, 2560 x 1600 pixel display
  • Intel Core m3-8100Y processor
  • 8GB of RAM
  • 256GB of PCIe NVMe solid state storage + microSD card reader
  • USB 3.0 Type-C, USB Type-A, micro HDMI, and 3.5mm audio jacks
  • 6 row, 67-key backlit keyboard
  • 802.11ac WiFI + Bluetooth 4.0
  • 33.11 Wh battery
  • 30W USB-C power supply
  • 8″ x 5.1″ x 0.6″
  • 1.5 pounds

And here’s a playlist of Liliputing’s One Mix 3 Yoga videos:

Thanks again to the folks at One Netbook for sending us this demo unit. You can follow the OneNetbook on Twitter at @one_netbook for the latest news about the company’s products.

There’s also a new English language account at @OnenetbookO.



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345 replies on “Liliputing One Mix 3 Yoga mini-laptop giveaway”

  1. This would be a great device to use as my mobile gradebook in my classroom. Therefore, please consider this my entry. Thank you for doing this.

  2. My OneMix 2s just stopped working and I can’t afford to replace it! This would make my year!

  3. Would love to win this cute little thing 🤗 but thank you also for the great content.

  4. If this is the closest we can get to the old lamented UMPC then I want one,,,

  5. Me too, thanks for the offering….I do remote high frequency monitoring and this would be great for portable ops…

  6. This machine seems to fit the sweet spot between usability and pocketability. 7″ keyboards are just to small to type. I love the fact that it is 2-in-1 and supports a stylus.

  7. This looks like a great second device to tote around with out too many compromises.

  8. Been with you since the Eee PC days Brad and a Patreon Sponsor – this looks fun

  9. It’s impressive at how far things have come and that they can cram all of that in such a tiny package. I’d love one. 🙂

  10. This form factor is perfect for amateur radio emergency services while deployed!

  11. I live in Sweden, can I pay for shipping and still be in the contest? I read your site every day and have done so for a few years, but I always feel leftout of your giveaways! Your policy is honorable so please continue with it.

  12. Have owned 1 mini-laptop and 1 windows 8″ tablet, would love for this to be my next!

  13. Count me in. A perfect rig for couch browsing. Word processing and mobile retrogamingm

    1. This reminds me of my Toshiba Libretto I had years ago. Please enter me in the drawing!

  14. I own the One Mix Yoga with Atom chip – indeed incredebly slow. The One Mix 3 will be a good friend for him. 🙂

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  16. Never win these contests, but for this one I will think positive. I am positive I won’t win, maybe. Anyway love these small form laptops just hate the high price.

  17. I have followed Liliputing for quite a while but never entered for any of your giveaways. Maybe could be first time lucky. BTW the 1Mix 3 is an absolute gem

  18. I have been thinking of replacing my original gpd pocket, this would fit the bill nicely

  19. Comment comment comment. ;]
    Glad to see you going strong on here after all these years!

  20. Sure, that’s some nice piece of hardware. Always wanted something like this after using htc desire z lmao

  21. I’ve only ever won something, once in my life. Not being a virgin isn’t good enough. We all need a little experience.

  22. Man I’d love one of these things. I had a gpd win 1 but sold it a while back because of the keyboard.

  23. I would be interested in this little device. Love the site, I have been following the site for quite a few years now.

  24. Looks like a nice secondary machine. Curious to see if the keyboard is really as good as it looks in the review and if the screen is as reflective as it looks in the review.

  25. feel Blessed to be a part of this . here is what i will do if i get the one mix 3, i will take good care of it and use it maximum and exactly in a year from the time i got it, will do a giveaway and post a pic of the person who got it from me.

    If for some reason the one mix 3 is not useable or not in a condition to be given away after a year, i will buy a new tablet for that person who wins the giveaway then. Either ways the ‘give away chain needs to continue .

  26. I’m happy that mini laptops like this are coming back onto the market. I grew up with an HP Jornata palmtop, so I have a major soft spot for these guys. If I was rich I’d get one to be my bed/ bag or vehicle/ radio computer.

  27. I’m in ¯\\_(ツ)_/¯ this is amazing little piece of tech

  28. I love the idea of these things, but $700+ is too much for me… Winning one would be awesome 🙂

  29. The fact that you wish you didn’t have to part with it has me interested. I really do like the features.

  30. I would love to have this been looking for a super portable win10 machine with very nice specs.

  31. I remember how excited I was that my first netbook (an Acer with an AMD chip) could actually play 720p video smoothly…it seemed a great leap forward at the time.

  32. Would be nice to have a tiny machine for travels. Even my 12″ Zenbook is a little too big sometimes.

  33. I’m Interested in these mini laptops… just not enough to buy one. thanks for running the comp.

  34. as much as I would like to win it, I am mostly interested, if this and also some of the other 7 to 8 inch PCs have a fan or are completely silent.

  35. Smaller than a Microsoft Surface Go, but with a lot more ports…
    The multiple ports makes it a winner.
    Would be a nice ‘traveling’ laptop.

  36. I’m in! I won’t win but \_o_/

    Just want to say I really love your work. Liliputing is the sole best source for the weird small machines out there and a 3 Yoga may be on my Christmas list anyway…

  37. I worship anything touched by the hand of Brad Linder.

    No, that’s weird.

    I never win anything; nevertheless this could be a fun way to try out Windows 10.

  38. Awesome little machine. Looking forward to getting one for on the go productivity.

  39. Sounds like a cool device. Battery life and keyboards are always a challenge in small form factor machines. Be interesting to see how this one plays out.

  40. The One Mix 3 Yoga seem to be a good system! Been using a gpd pocket 1, but recently both the battery (and learning from discord, there’s no more official gpd pocket 1 batteries anymore) and unit have become flaky, so having a replacement unit would be appreciated. Thanks!

  41. Dear Brad Linder and Lilliputing.com Community,
    Let me offer a new feature for our favorite Website: Let’s launch a vote for desirable features of devices we would like to purchase.
    Let’s start with UMPC:
    – Screen: 10 inches with 3*4 ratio (for example: 1920*1440) with touchscreen
    – Stylus
    – i3 processor (or better)
    – RAM: 16 – 32 GB
    – SSD 256 GB (or greater)
    – 4G (LTE) modem, WiFi, Bluetooth
    – Detachable battery
    – 360 degrees hinges
    – No ports at the rear edge except doc-station port
    – MicroSD card reader, three USB-3 ports, charging via USB type C port
    – E-ink display at the rear side of the screen. Can be used as: e-book reader or text-messages screen while main OS is in sleep mode, as a second screen when laptop is connected to docking station to display some static info
    – 6-row keybord, power-button at the laptop’s side
    – Electronic switch-off for webcamera and microphone.
    – ???

    Thank you

  42. Great review!!
    And I would love to win this for my son! He’s 5 and really into technology already!

  43. will love to have it still i live abroad and if i bear the shipping charges still import will make me say oouch for such a shiny speced nearly usd 750 pouch. Although i miss such giveaway but posts are Interesting, Great work liliputing love from INDIA,

  44. Count me in for this. Thank you again for your excellent reviews of very small laptops!

  45. I could see this mini laptop being useful to do light coding during my commute… I’m in!

  46. It has been a long time since I have had anything with this form factor and would love to give it a whirl!

  47. Small form factor laptops are very intriguing. For instance could it handle 6 hours of desk work well enough to be worth 2+ hours of on the go work.

  48. Please add me to the mix (pun intended)! I have long been a mobile tech user and would love to try one of the new mini laptops.

  49. Laptops like these may not necessarily have mass appeal, but they definitely fill a void in the market. I would much rather use this on the train or at the coffee shop than a big 15 inch ThinkPad.

  50. Thank you for still being around and talking about the most ignored segment of computing. I really appreciate having somewhere to look when I just want to see awesome tiny computers that work.

  51. Very cool form factor, it’d be great to have a small machine like that to throw in my bag!

  52. Double jointed display would be nice. I dumped my GPD Pocket since i couldn’t use it without setting it down for such a portable device.

  53. That’s a cool little machine. I could definitely see myself making use of it.

  54. Looks like a cool little laptop. Also cool there is a Giveaway for one. Thanks.

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