Meet OneXPlayer X1, The Latest Handheld Console Designed To Beat Steam Deck!

TECH NEWS – The manufacturer has shared fresh information about the OneXPlayer X1 3-in-1 handheld powered by Intel Meteor Lake CPUs, which will then start at US$859…



OneXPlayer X1 has made great strides in the industry. Especially when the new device was announced a month ago. After all, it not only featured Intel’s “Core Ultra” CPU, but also came with a distinctive design that we hadn’t seen before in the industry.

The handheld has everything you’d expect from a modern device, whether it’s gaming, casual performance, or even on-board features to support light consumer workloads.

The 3-in-1 form factor is truly unique on the market. We can’t wait to see what OneXPlayer X1 brings to consumers! Minisforum will also offer a V3 3-in-1 handheld with a similar user experience. But it is based on AMD’s Ryzen 8040 “Hawk Point” APU.



OneXPlayer X1



What’s packed into OneXPlayer X1?


First of all, let’s dive into the details of the on-board CPUs! The components are none other than the Intel Core Ultra 7 155H and Core Ultra 7 125H processors, which are considered to be the next processors to dominate the handheld market due to their power-to-watt ratio. Regarding specifications, the Core Ultra 7 155H has 16 cores in a 6+8+2 configuration, 22 threads, a 3.8GHz base clock, up to 4.8GHz clock speed, 24MB L3 cache and 28W TDP. The Core Ultra 7 125H has a 14-core design, 18 threads, 3.6GHz base and 4.5GHz boost clocks. It carries 20MB of cache and is configured with a TDP of 28W.

OneXPlayer X1 has all the niceties, and another exciting area to dig into is the handheld’s on-board display. It features a 10.95-inch 2.5K LTPS display with a maximum resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels, 120 Hz refresh rate and 540 nits of brightness.

The display also has a 138% sRGB colour gamut, ensuring that the consumer can get the most out of the display, whether it’s gaming or media consumption.



OneXPlayer X1



In terms of storage and memory options, the X1 supports LPDDR5x memory clocked at 7467 MHz. This puts it in the top category of the industry. Since Meteor Lake CPUs are known to work best with the highest speed memories, including it makes sense in this case. Performance is expected to be top-notch. In addition, in terms of storage, the device has an M.2 2280 PCIe 4.0 SSD slot.

In terms of consumer-oriented features, OneXPlayer X1 is packed with elements that make it a user-friendly tool with extensive customization options.

The device has removable controls. Thus, users can customize the use of the device as they wish. In addition, the device has magnetic-based slots for both detachable controllers and keyboard. This provides users with a simple plug-in-play mechanism. All of this makes the overall experience much smoother.

As for on-board ports, the OneXPlayer X1 has 2x USB 4.0 Type-C interfaces and one USB 3.2 connector. The device also has an Oculink port. The latter also gives consumers the option to connect an external GPU. Also, with a TF (TransFlash) port as an additional storage option. The X1 supports WiFi 6E along with Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity. Thus, the device is not lacking in any way in this area.



OneXPlayer X1



How much will all this cost?


Now, let’s move on to the most decisive factor, which is the price of the handheld device. The X1 comes with two different on-board CPUs, as mentioned earlier. The company has also included bundles if the consumer wants to purchase the ONEXGPU, which is their portable eGPU solution. The latter is designed to ensure maximum graphic performance. The basic version starts at 859 US dollars. You can see the pricing details below:


  • Intel Core Ultra 5 125H + 16GB RAM + 1TB storage – $925
  • Intel Core Ultra 7 155H + 32GB RAM + 1TB storage – $1,100
  • Intel Core Ultra 7 155H + 32GB RAM + 2TB storage – $1,180
  • Intel Core Ultra 7 155H + 64GB RAM + 4TB storage – $1,490


Overall, OneXPlayer X1 is a great handheld that focuses on multi-tasking and giving users the most. The crowdfunding campaign for the device starts on January 24. If you’re willing to invest in one right away, it’s definitely worth using the free accessories offered by the company.

Source: NotebookCheck, PCGamesN

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