Always wanted to have the power of a full-fledged gaming PC, but in portable form? Meet the ONEXPLAYER. The Ultimate Edition boasts an 8.4-inch (2560 x 1600) touchscreen display, an Intel Core i7-1185G7 processor, Intel iRIS Xe graphics, up to 2TB of storage, 16GB of LPDDR4x dual-channel RAM, and a 59Wh battery with 65W quick charging. As for controls, it has two original ALPS high-performance 360° rockers with stable and smooth force, along with two complete linear analog trigger buttons with touch-click bumpers. Read more for two hands-on video reviews and additional information.
Should you have another graphics card handy, simply hook it up to an external enclosure and plug it into the ONEXPLAYER for even more power. Or, just press the Turbo button, which increases power limits from default 20W (PL1) and 35W (PL2) to 28W and 40W, perfect for when you have the device plugged into an outlet. Available in Ultimate ($1,499), Pro ($959) and Standard ($819) editions, with shipments beginning in late June or early July. More information here.
- Support wi-fi wireless networking，playing games, listening to music, watching video, and shopping
- Battery life lasts up to 8 hours when playing games. 5 inch touch screen，foldable and portable.
- Support Android Gravity and Touch games. Android7.0 OS,Support Google Store
ONEXPLAYER features a built-in M.2 2280 PCIe solid-state drive, supporting up to 2TB PCIe [for] higher reading/writing speed…ONEXPLAYER [also] supports TF card[s] as a more cost-effective way to add hard drive capacity,” said the company.