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One Mix 4 mini-laptop with Intel Tiger Lake up for pre-order

By most standards, the One Mix 4 is a tiny laptop computer. It features a 10.1 inch display and the laptop measures just 8.9″ x 6.2″ x 0.7″ and weighs about 1.7 pounds. But it’s also the largest computer to date from One Netbook, a company that’s focused entirely on small laptops, some with screens as […]

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Lilbits: Ubuntu, Plasma Mobile, Snapdragon 888 dev kit, and VLC’s birthday

The first smartphones powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 888 processor are starting to arrive. And so are developer kits like the Lantronix Snapdragon 888 Mobile HDK. Meanwhile details about the next gaming smartphone from Asus continue to leak, the creators of the popular VLC media player app celebrate the 20th anniversary of VideoLAN, and we’ve got […]

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One Mix 4 is a 10.1 inch mini laptop with up to a Core i7-1160G7 processor

As revealed last month, the next mini-laptop from One Netbook will be a little less mini than usual. The upcoming One Mix 4 is a laptop with a 10.1 inch touchscreen display and a 360-degree hinge that lets you use the computer in laptop, tablet, tent, or stand modes. Now the company has revealed a few more […]

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OneGx1 Pro mini gaming laptop now available for $1360 and up

The One Netbook OneGx1 Pro is a tiny gaming laptop with a 7 inch full HD touchscreen display, support for optional game controllers that can attach to the sides of the notebook, and an Intel Core i7-1160G7 Tiger Lake processor with Intel Iris Xe graphics. It’s basically a souped up version of the OneGx1 that […]

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One Netbook’s next mini-laptop packs a 10.1 inch screen, Tiger Lake processor

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 […]

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Lilbits: Goodbye Galaxy Note, hello Ryzen Mobile overclocking

Once upon a time it was pretty clear what you were getting when you bought a Samsung Galaxy Note smartphone – it would be an expensive phone with a big screen, a big battery, a fast processor, and support for Samsung’s S-Pen digital stylus. But as smartphone screens have gotten larger (and prices higher), the […]

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OneGx Pro handheld gaming PC has a Core i7-1160G7 Tiger Lake processor

This summer One Netbook launched a mini-laptop with detachable game controllers called the OneGx1. But while it was designed to look like a tiny gaming laptop, it didn’t really have horsepower to handle modern games. Now the company is starting to show off a new model that does. The One Netbook OneGx Pro is a […]

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Lilbits: A new mobile, open hardware device

The hardware hacker who brought us the Novena open laptop, the NeTV2 open video development board, and the Chumby, is preparing to launch a crowdfunding campaign for a new open hardware device called Precursor. The goal is to provide a handheld development platform that’s fully hackable and configurable. According developer bunnie Huang, the device has […]

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Lilbits: One Netbook’s UMPC for engineers, another LG Wing leak, and more

Another day, another set of leaked images showing off the upcoming LG Wing dual-screen smartphone with T-shaped design. LG is set to officially launch the phone on Monday, so the leaks should be replaced by confirmed details soon. In other news, there’s a new release of the Deepin Linux distro (with a very attractive user […]

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Lilbits: A handheld PC for IT pros, a shady Nintendo Switch emulator, and more

Chinese PC maker One Netbook specialized in tiny laptops, and this year the company has been branching out into a few new niche categories. The OneGx line of computers are designed for gamers. And the company has an new device on the way that’s designed for engineers and IT pros. It has a 7 inch […]