01/15/2022 at 09:30 am
from Claus Ludewig –
The Steam Deck faces competition from China. The Onexplayer Mini combines an Intel Core i7-1195G7 in a handheld for over 1,000 euros.
This year, Valve’s handheld Steam Deck brings new momentum to the mobile game console category. Valve relies on AMD Zen 2 and an RDNA 2 graphics chip when the Steam Deck is delivered from February. The Americans get competition from China right after the release. Aya offers the Neo Next in different versions from a good 1,200 euros. The company Onexplayer, also from China, is now offering the new Onexplayer Mini from 1,259 US dollars, for a short time the handheld is only available for 1,039 US dollars.
What does the Onexplayer Mini offer?
With dimensions of 262 × 108 × 23 mm and a weight of only 589 grams, the mini version of the Onexplayer is said to be smaller and lighter than the Steam Deck. Inside, an Intel Core i7-1195G7 with an Intel GPU with a full expansion of 96 EUs does its job. The display of the mini version is only seven inches with a resolution of 1,920 × 1,200 pixels instead of an 8.4 inch screen with 2,560 × 1,600 pixels, as offered by the normal version of the Onexplayer.
- Onexplayer Mini: Screen with 7 inches and 1,920 × 1,200 pixels, Intel Core i7-1195G7 with an Intel GPU with full expansion of 96 EUs, 16 GiByte LPDDR4X-4266 RAM, 512 GB/1 TB/2 TB SSD, Windows 11. Battery with a Capacity of 10,455mAh. Price: Starting at $1,259.
- Onexplayer: Screen with 8.4 inches and 2,560 × 1,600 pixels, Intel Core i7-1185G7, Core i7-1165G7 or Core i7-1135G7 with an Intel GPU with full expansion of 96 EUs, 16 GiByte LPDDR4X-4266 RAM, 512 Gigabyte/1 TB/2TB SSD, Windows 11. 15,300mAh capacity battery. Price: starting at $1,059.
- Aya Neo Next: 7-inch screen with 1,280 × 800 pixels, AMD Ryzen 7 5825U, AMD Radeon Vega 8, 16 GiByte LPDDR4X-4266 RAM, 1 Terabyte SSD, Windows 11. Price: from 1,200 euros.
For the smaller dimensions, however, those interested will have to dig deeper into their pockets. The mini version costs at least 1,039 US dollars, while the 8.4-inch Onexplayer is already available for only 819 US dollars. Either way, the Steam Deck is cheaper, as the price starts at a comparatively affordable 419 euros. Even the fully equipped Steam Deck with AMD Zen 2, RDNA 2 graphics chip and 512 gigabyte PCI Express SSD costs only 679 euros.
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Collection for Onexplayer Mini:
- The Chinese company Onexplayer has now introduced the mini version of Onexplayer to compete with the Steam Deck.
- Inside the handheld with a 7-inch screen is an Intel Core i7-1195G7 with an Intel GPU with a full configuration of 96 EUs, 16 gigabytes of RAM and an SSD.
- The Onexplayer Mini finds a new owner for $1,259.
- The fully equipped Steam Deck costs only 679 euros and includes an AMD Zen 2, RDNA 2 graphics chip and a 512 GiByte SSD.
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