One Netbook has released a line of mini-laptops with display sizes ranging from 7 inches to 8.4 inches and a variety of features including pen support, 360-degree hinges, full-sized ports, and detachable game controllers.
So what’s next? The company is going bigger and faster.
One Netbook has begun teasing its next mini-laptop, although the new One Mix 4 will be a little less mini.
Here’s what we know so far about the upcoming device:
- Display: 10.1 inch display surrounded by slim bezels (16:10 aspect ratio, 300 pixels per inch, 320 nits brightness)
- Processors: 11th-gen Core Y-series processor
- Storage: PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe SSD
- Wireless: WiFi6 (802.11ax)
- Security: Fingerprint sensor (in power button)
- Release date: Spring, 2021
While One Netbook hasn’t provided detailed information about which processor the One Mix 4 will use, this won’t be the company’s first computer with an Intel Tiger Lake-Y processor. The new OneGX Pro handheld gaming PC is powered by an Intel Core i7-1160G7 processor, which is a 4-core, 8-thread chip with Intel Iris Xe graphics and a TDP range of 7 to 15 watts (about half of what you’d expect from a Core i7-1165G7 chip.
It’s also likely that the One Mix 4 will have Thunderbolt 4 ports, like the OneGX Pro (and many other laptops with Intel Tiger Lake chips), but that spec hasn’t been confirmed yet.
This article was originally published December 11, 2020 and last updated December 15, 2020.