A cheap “ONEXPLAYER mini” with Pentium Gold is here![Peiriant hapchwarae Windows cludadwy]

‘ONEXPLAYER’ series portable Windows gaming PC shows a large number of series development. Mini is 8.4 inches and 7 inches.

Here, a low-priced model with a Pentium Gold 8505 has finally appeared.

The price is $599 (about 85,000 yen), which is almost half the price of the conventional model.

The case is the same as the previous model. The colors are white and black.

The Pentium Gold 8505 is a 55w base 15w/max turbo chip with Alder Lake architecture. With 5 cores and 6 threads, it is less than half the performance of the power saving versions of i7 and Ryzen 7. The GPU is also UHD.

Other specifications include a 7 inch display (1920 x 1200), 16GB LPDDR5-5200 RAM, 512GB PCIe3.0 x4 NVMe M.2 2280 SSD, 48Wh battery, Windows 11.

It measures 260x106x23mm and weighs 619g. Equipped with USB4.0 Type-C, USB3.2 Type-C, USB3.0 Type-A, and an earphone jack. Communication is Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0.

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The Pentium Gold version of ONEXPLAYER is for sale on this page of One-Netbook China.

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