ONEXPLAYER: One-Netbook Starts Selling Its Large Handheld Outside Indiegogo

One-Netbook introduced OneXPlayer to Amazon, following the success of its crowdfunding campaign. The 8.4-inch mini phone game console has a 1600p display and is available with a Core i5-1135G6 or Core i7-1165G7, but starts at over $1,200.

OneXPlayer mini phone game console

One-Netbook may have filled all of OneX Player’s orders on Indiegogo but has started selling their new device on Amazon where it is available in multiple configurations. To recap, ONEXPLAYER Game Console debuted on Indiegogo in May for as low as $819. However, many people reportedly paid between $899 and $999 for the mini pocket PC handheld console before shipping and taxes.

In contrast, One-Netbook charges $1,159.99 for the entry-level model and $1,359.99 for the Core i7-1165G7 edition version. By the way, these prices are way above the retail prices One-Netbook announced in May. As expected, the company did not make a Core i7-1185G7 on the Amazon site. For the record, all Handheld games models are equipped with the same 8.4-inch touchscreen, which displays 2560 x 1600 pixels in a 16:10 aspect ratio. It packs a 15300 mAh (3.85v) large capacity battery and 65W Gan (Gallium nitride) Fast charger, which can be quickly replenished in case of emergency so that you don’t fall behind at the critical moment of the game.

If you want to buy the new ONEXPLAYER mini phone game console, you can pre-order the 11th Core Tiger Lake I7-1165G7 version for $1,359.99 with 1TB SSD or $1,599.99 with 2TB SSD on the Amazon.com website.

The company has also listed the 11th Core Tiger Lake I5-1135G7 version for $1,159.99 on the Amazon.com store. The website stresses that shipping will start from August 16, 2021.

OneXPlayer mini phone game console

Recently, after an extremely successful crowdfunding campaign, the GPD Win 3 is also listed on Amazon for $1,129.99. The mini pocket laptop is especially aimed at video gamers. The handheld console is equipped with two analog sticks, shoulder buttons, and a control pad, and action buttons.

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