ONE -NETBOOK has revealed a new portable console that promises to hit the market to rival Steam Deck and ROG Ally. This is the OneXPlayer X1 , which features an Intel Core Ultra series chip, as well as an LTPS screen and a modular design, which allows the user to use the product as a video game or as a notebook.

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To begin with, this portable console mainly depends on the characteristics of the new Intel processor, with its modular design and the presence of an AI unit (NPU). But the screen is also interesting, with a refresh rate of 120Hz and a brightness of 540 nits. We are talking about a screen that operates at a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, with DC dimming technology and a 138% sRGB color gamut.

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The OneXPlayer X1 will also come in various cuts of system memory, up to a maximum of 64GB. It will be LPDDR5x RAM at 7467 MT/s and will be accompanied by an M.2 2280 PCIe 4.0 SSD with NVMe protocol.

The portable console is also equipped with an advanced speaker system made in collaboration with Harman AudioEFX. Carefully tuned and certified, these speakers deliver crystal-clear, balanced sound. One of the most innovative features of OneXPlayer The controller features an ergonomic design, with linear triggers and a versatile D-Pad.

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OneXPlayer X1 also embraces connectivity with Thunderbolt 4, and offers the Oculink port (for connecting to external GPUs) and two USB 4.0. Powered by a 65.02Wh battery, the X1 offers over 3 hours of gaming or 10-12 hours of video playback. The 100W GaN charger guarantees fast charging, reaching 50% in just 40 minutes.

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OneXPlayer X1 should be available for deliveries soon, it is said as early as January. It is certainly not the first portable console from this company but the X1 will represent the pinnacle in terms of technology and performance. The price is not yet known, but it will certainly not be low if you consider that OneXPlayer 2 Pro with AMD Ryzen 7 7840U CPU is sold for $949  (when on offer). For further details and to participate in the crowdfunding campaign, we refer you to Indiegogo.