The One Mix 1S Yoga is a tiny laptop with a 7 inch touchscreen display, a 360-degree hinge that lets you fold the screen back for use in tablet mode, and support for an optional pressure-sensitive pen so you can write or draw on the screen.

It’s the new entry-level model from One Netbook, which also offers the One Mix 2 series (featuring more powerful processor options) and the One Mix 3 (with a larger, 8.4 inch display).

With a $440 price tag, the One Mix 1S Yoga is the most affordable of the bunch, and it’s a nice upgrade over the original One Mix 1 Yoga thanks to a speedier processor, faster storage and the addition of a fingerprint sensor.

The folks at One Netbook sent me a demo unit to review, and I think the little laptop offers a lot of bang for the buck. But you know what’s an even better price than $440? Free.

So let’s do a giveaway contest.

As a matter of policy, Liliputing does not keep items sent to us for review, and since One Netbook doesn’t want me to return the One Mix 1S Yoga, I’m going to give it away to a reader.

Bear in mind that this is a lightly used laptop, rather than a new-in-box device. Also, while it theoretically supports pen input, I seem to have somehow messed that up while performing a Windows reset. I’ll send a pen along with the mini-laptop, but you might want to keep an eye on the One Netbook download page to see if a pen driver is posted in the future.

But did I mention I’m giving it away for free?

The little laptop features a 7 inch, 1920 x 1200 pixel touchscreen display, an Intel Celeron 3965Y processor, 8GB of RAM, and a 128GB PCIe solid state drive. It measures 7.2″ x 4.3″ x 0.7″ and it’s small enough to slide into a pocket (assuming you have rather deep pockets).

Because of the small size, there’s not room for a normal touchpad or a full-sized keyboard. Instead you get smallish keys that are awfully close to one another, and a few of which are in awkward places. And there’s an optical touch sensor in lieu of a touchpad.

So how do you enter for a chance to win?

Leave a comment on this site by 11:59PM Eastern Time on Monday, August 26th, 2019.

UpdateThis contest has now ended. Congratulations to our winner, PDXMark!

That’s pretty much it. But here 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.
  • Neither is anyone who has won another Liliputing contest in the past 60 days.

Thanks again to One Netbook for providing me with this demo unit. If you’d like to buy one for yourself, GeekBuying is currently selling the One Mix 1S Yoga for $440.

One Mix 1S mini laptop review (7 inch convertible with Celeron 3965Y)

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269 replies on “One Mix 1S Yoga mini-laptop giveaway”

  1. This looks like my ASUS Eee PC 900. If only it came with a mega battery to go with it’s thirsty Atom CPU!

  2. I’m in. This would be a great gizmo to have! Thanks! Good luck y’all.

  3. I’m a fan of tiny computers (why else would I visit a website called “lilliputing.com”) so I’d certainly be interested in the contest and One Mix. Good luck to everyone!

  4. As an EMS student, this smaller laptop would be perfect for minimizing the over all weight of items I have to carry around.

  5. Very cool! I’ve been drooling over one of these for a ham radio portable computer.

  6. What a beautiful machine. Maybe I have finally found a replacement for my Asus EeePC that I am still toting about as my carry everywhere box.

  7. Gives it to me, it’s my birthday (technically the 22 was but I felt like doing this joke) and I’s wants it. Gives the precious.

  8. Man, this looks like a neat piece of tech. Could definitely be a great travel companion for getting work done on the road.

  9. Brad, cheers for the giveaway. I’m so glad the era of mini computers has returned as I used to have an Asus Eee PC 701 Netbook. In its day, it was a fantastic little machine.

  10. Commenting for the contest, but also out of psychological resonance – I love me some tiny computers.

  11. Well, I’m a little conflicted how useful something like this would be in the long run, but then again I said the same thing about smartphones, tablets, and 2-in-1 style laptops and I have all of those now!

    Lets give it a go, to give it a go, and I’ll give it a go!

    Win, lose, or draw good luck everyone!

  12. Linn Ux is my name, tiny laptops are my game. I use them here and I use them there, in my life, they need to be everywhere. Happiness is valued, anyone can see, in the interest of joy, let the winner be me.

  13. Definitely gonna wind up getting a machine like this when I’m rich. I grew up with a little HP Jornada 720 that my mom liked to write on, and I’ve always had a fondness for small form-factor laptops since.

  14. This would be the PERFECT coat pocket PC to carry as a resident running around the hospital👍👍

  15. I just found this site, and I have to admit- I’m enjoying the tiny laptop reviews. I want one soooo much.

  16. 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

  17. A bit relevant with XP’s 21st birthday today, but it is crazy to think how far we have come from the Eee PC 701 days.

  18. The lie that I tell myself is that all my previous losses in these giveaways are so that I can win this. Or not. No big deal. Thanks for doing these.

  19. This would be amazing to test Linux and Windows apps with! Thanks for your generosity!

  20. This would be a handy machine to use even with a slower processor and slightly awkward keyboard. Thanks, Brad, for doing giveaways!

  21. Leaving just one comment! I really want a “pro” version of the Asus Vivotab Note 8 that I just retired for a MS Surface Go, but… this would be a very nice tablet to have.

  22. Ultimately I’m looking for the smallest unit possible for traveling and PowerPoint presentations. Ultimate solution would probably be the teeniest box and power supply imaginable, while using the display on site – like a really mini Raspberry Pi perhaps, but for Windows. This might work in the interim.

  23. Thank you, Liliputing, I’ve been a long-time follower. The Yoga mini-laptop is today’s netbook.

    -Mike

  24. With all the products One has been pushing out recently, I almost thought this was an older contest. Hope to win!

  25. This would just fit in the pocket of a standard pair of cargo shorts. It’s bulky compared to a smartphone, but a helluva lot smaller than a typical Windows laptop. I can totally find a use for this.

  26. I have been a mini laptop fan since getting my 1st Toshiba Libretto. Would love to have a modern replacement1

  27. That looks like a great little machine. Sign me up for the giveaway! Thanks for holding it.

  28. Well I will also certainly try for a tiny yet powerful mini machine. Happy weekend everyone!

  29. I recently broke my OneMix 2S and can’t afford to replace it. This would be incredible! Thanks for all your hard work.

  30. Idea of a windows 10 computer in my pocket is awesome. Have to try out for this!

  31. I like tiny laptops. Props for not requiring social media nonsense for entry. 🙂

  32. Fun little lappie! I’ll take one – perfect for my 5th grader’s first computer!

  33. I love the idea of a computer in my pocket that can run Windows! I just can’t justify the cost. Wouldn’t mind winning this, though 🙂

  34. I love this kind of devices, portable and powerful enough to ssh into a server

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