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The ONEXPLAYER Mini Pro is a handheld gaming computer with a 7 inch, 1920 x 1200 pixel display, an AMD Ryzen 7 6800U processor, and at least 16GB of RAM and 512GB of solid state storage.

After going up for pre-order in September, the little gaming PC is now available for purchase, and it’s expected to begin shipping by November 8th.

While folks who placed pre-orders were able to reserve one for as little as $969, retail prices range from $1199 for an entry-level model to $1549 for a version with 32GB of RAM and 2TB of storage.

While that makes the ONEXPLAYER Mini Pro substantially more expensive than Valve’s Steam Deck, the ONEXPLAYER model has better hardware (on paper, anyway). It has a higher-resolution display, a faster processor, higher-performance graphics, and optional support for more memory and storage. It also has a slightly larger battery, two USB4 ports, and faster WiFi.

On the down side, the Steam Deck comes from one of the biggest names in PC gaming and receives regular software updates and support, while the ONEXPLAYER line of devices come from a company that delivers impressive hardware and incredibly underwhelming technical and customer support.

If that doesn’t scare you off, here’s a run-down of key specs for the ONEXPLAYER Mini Pro:

ONEXPLAYER Mini Pro w/Ryzen 7 6800U
Display7 inches
1920 x 1200 pixels
323ppi
IPS LCD
100% sRGB color gamut
350 nits
ProcessorAMD Ryzen 7 6800U
8-cores / 16 threads
Up to 4.7 GHz
15-28W TDP
GraphicsAMD Radeon 680M
12 RDNA 2 cores
Up to 2.2 GHz
RAM16GB or 32GB
LPDDR5-6400
Storage512GB / 1TB / 2TB
PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD
M.2 2280 slot
Battery48 Wh
Ports2 x USB 4 Type-C
1 x USB 3.0 Type-A
1 x 3.5mm audio jack
Optional docking accessory
SpeakersStereo, front-facing
WirelessWiFi 6
BT 5.0
Dimensions260 x 106 x 23mm
Weight599 grams

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  1. Has One Netbook abandoned making a gaming handheld with a keyboard? I was hoping they’d make a OneGx1 Pro successor. Too bad the Win Max 2 is too big.

    They seem to still sell the older non-Pro OneGx1 for some reason. So I guess it’s not totally abandoned.

    1. Hoping for the same. The Max 2 is too big so I skipped it.

      Maybe the AYANEO FLIP will have a keyboard and is smallish.

    2. Too bad the Win Max 2 is too big.

      Yeah, I was hoping they’d keep the screen size of the Max 1 and shrink everything around that to actually make it physically smaller. Was disappointed it ended up being larger instead so I passed on it.

      Now I’m hoping One Netbook improves on/fixes the issues of the OneGx1 with a new iteration but that doesn’t seem likely at the moment. Let’s see how the Aya Flip turns out.

    3. I guess the OneGx1 Pro isn’t that old yet. It’s just that a new OneXPlayer comes out very frequently. So it’s possible One Netbook could be working on a new Gx. Just guessing of course.

      My OneGx1 Pro LTE is still a nice travel UMPC I use regularly. Although it’s just an okay gaming handheld. The controllers are pretty bad.