Launch of the Steam Deck competitor with Core i7 for over 1,000 euros

Launch of the Steam Deck competitor with Core i7 for over 1,000 euros
Launch of the Steam Deck competitor with Core i7 for over 1,000 euros

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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