The Onexplayer Mini handheld gaming console was recently launched in Chinese markets, with an AMD Ryzen 7 5800U processor with 8-cores and 16-threads and a boost clock reaching up to 4.4 GHz onboard. This new information follows AyaNeo Next’s launch of the company’s gaming system and the prior release of Onexplayer Mini’s Intel Core i7-1195G7 Tiger Lake CPU system.
The internal APU utilizes AMD Radeon Vega 8 graphics clocked as high as 2 GHz. The new handheld console system is fitted with 16GB of LPDDR4X-4266 memory that is only available for this specific model.
The new Onexplayer Mini AMD Edition by One Notebook arrives with a new display alternative, measuring at 1280×800 screen resolution. However, the cost is relatively high for each model. The company’s choice to use a screen with a lower resolution will impact the price and allow the product to be more accessible to a larger audience. There are currently six variations of the new Onexplayer Mini listed, including display and memory storage size.
Below is the current listing of available Onexplayer Mini handheld consoles:
- 16GB/512GB/HD display for 5,299 CNY ($840)
- 16GB/1TB/HD display for 5,599 CNY ($885)
- 16GB/2TB/HD display for 6,599 CNY ($1,045)
- 16GB/512GB/FHD display for 5,599 CNY ($885)
- 16GB/1TB/FHD display for 5,899 CNY ($935)
- 16GB/2TB/FHD display for 6,899 CNY ($1090)
Onexplayer will offer initial runs of the new handheld console to members of the Onexplayer QQ group. There is no official word when the new variant will be available for purchase from more retailers.
(All information was provided by Wccftech)