One Netbook has quietly added a new model to its line of tiny laptop computers. At first glance, the new One Mix 1S+ looks nearly identical to the One Mix 1S Yoga I reviewed last year.

Both are tiny laptop computers with 7 inch touchscreen displays, 360-degree hinges, QWERTY keyboards, and pen support.

But while the One Mix 1S Yoga has an Intel Celeron 3965Y processor and sells for around $480, the new plus model has an Intel Core m3-8100Y processor and sells for $600.

Based on PassMark benchmark scores, that means the One Mix 1S+ should offer more than twice the performance for far less than twice the price.

That’s because Core m3-8100Y is an 8th-gen Intel Core processor with 2 CPU cores, support for 4 CPU threads, a base speed of 1.1 GHz, and turbo speeds up to 3.4 GHz. By comparison, the Celeron 3965Y is a 7th-gen, 2-core/2-thread chip with a 1.5 GHz frequency and no support for turbo boost.

Both chips have Intel UHD 615 graphics, although the version in the Core m3-8100Y chip can run a little bit faster.

Aside from the new processor, the only other real difference between the One Mix 1S+ and last year’s model is the color — the original One Mix 1S is silver, while the new version is a light blue.

One Mix 1S+ One Mix 1S
Display 7 inch, 1920 x 1200 pixel touch 7 inch, 1920 x 1200 pixel touch
CPU Intel Core m3-8100Y Intel Celeron 3965Y
GPU Intel UHD 615 (300 MHz – 900 MHz) Intel UHD 615 (300 Mhz – 850 MHz)
RAM 8GB 8GB
Storage 256GB PCIe NVMe 128GB or 256GB PCIe NVMe
USB 1 x USB Type-C, 1 x USB 3.0 Type-A 1 x USB Type-C, 1 x USB 3.0 Type-A
A/V Micro HDMI, 3.5mm audio Micro HDMI, 3.5mm audio
SD card microSD microSD
Security Fingerprint sensor Fingerprint sensor
Wireless WiFi 5, Bluetooth 4.2 WiFi 5, Bluetooth 4.2
Battery 6,500 mAh 6,500 mAh
Material CNC aluminum CNC aluminum
Color Blue Silver
Dimensions 7.2″ x 4.3″ x 0.7″ 7.2″ x 4.3″ x 0.7″
Weight 1.1 pounds 1.1 pounds
Price $600 ~$480

Keep in mind that neither of these tiny computers has a backlit keyboard, a webcam, or a full-sized touchpad (they have optical touch sensors instead).

Another thing to keep in mind is that while there are only a handful of companies making mini PCs with screen sizes this small, they’re all based on China and offer limited customer support. So while this new model definitely looks like a step up from the version I reviewed last year, I generally advise you proceed with caution when placing an order.

via TabletMonkeys

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  1. I’m really happy to see them coming back to the standard 7″ device, but I’m not sure about the Blue colour. I’d prefer to see a Black or dark grey.

  2. Brad, a question: do you know if it is possible to get something like those optical touch pointers (like they have on this device) as standalone devices? I would quite like to attach one to my mechanical keyboard.

  3. We still need this, with a thumb-keyboard, in a 5″ chassis (with super small bezels!)

    There are so many mini-laptops, there are so similar. But only the original GPD win is (barely) pocketable.

    1. I hope more handheld UMPCs come out. I have the GPD MicroPC which is pretty good but it’s bigger than the Win 1/2 overall.

      I’m not an IT/network person so the Ethernet and RS-232 ports are useless to me but I prefer the MicroPC over the gaming centric Win 2. I wonder if the device could have been smaller without those ports.

    1. Good question. Just about the only specs I can find that are:
      – Different colors
      – The 1S+ is about $50 cheaper
      – The 1S+ supports Bluetooth 4.2 (compared with Bluetooth 4.0 for the 2S

      If anyone spots any other differences, let us know!

      1. Is that a modded 3S or is that an official model? I’ve read that One Netbook tried getting LTE into the 3S but gave up due to not so great signal strength. There were supposedly some LTE prototypes made but I haven’t seen officially released LTE models yet.

  4. I’ve had a GPD Pocket and now have 3 One-Netbook devices.

    Have not had any issues with any of them. All well built and work well.

  5. Tempting, although I generally stray away from One-Netbook devices. I really enjoy my gpd pocket 2 on the other hand.

    1. I have One3, same CPU as this one, very capable but had a month-long problem with keyboard not working that solved itself suddenly. No support is a huge problem which is a shame because the devices are pretty nice.