Today, the formal announcement of the OneXPlayer 1 console launch took place in China, revealing its price. It is important to note that this 3-in-1 design refers to the device being a portable console, a tablet, or a fully functional laptop. This is mainly due to its inclusion of a Windows 11 tablet with PC hardware. Controllers can be attached to the tablet for console use, and can also be connected to a stand, functioning as a wireless controller while the tablet remains upright on a table.
As for its laptop functionality, the device can be connected to a keyboard and mouse, making it a fully functional and easily transportable laptop. The chassis of this device is made from aerospace-grade aluminum (6000 series aluminum), providing extra robustness to the device.
Complete specifications of this 3-in-1 device include an aluminum chassis housing a generous 10.95-inch IPS panel with a resolution of up to 2560 x 1600 pixels and a 120 Hz refresh rate. Ideal for work, browsing, or watching multimedia content, the device is versatile and suitable for various applications. This panel covers 100% of the DCI-P3 color space and achieves a maximum brightness of 540 nits.
The most basic version of the OneXPlayer X1 is powered by an Intel Core Ultra 5 155H processor with an integrated GPU. The more interesting model is the Intel Core Ultra 7 155H, which uses the Intel Arc Xe iGPU with 128 Execution Units (8 Xe-Cores) running at 2,250 MHz, 32 GB of LPDDR5 RAM at 7,467 MHz (compared to 16 GB in the Core Ultra 5), and 1 TB of PCIe 4.0 x4 SSD storage. This device can support up to 64 GB of RAM and a 4 TB SSD.
For more power at home or in the office, the OneXPlayer 1 offers an OCulink PCIe 4.0 x4 port with a bandwidth of up to 63 Gbps for using an external GPU. The company suggests using its OneXGPU, an AMD Radeon RX 7600M XT GPU. However, it is not the most cost-effective option.
Other features and pricing of the OneXPlayer 1 include the option to purchase a controller with RGB LED illumination and interchangeable buttons for easy future repair. A compact keyboard design with a trackpad allows for laptop use without the need for a mouse. The display is Stylus-compatible, capable of recognizing up to 4,096 pressure levels. A couple of USB4 ports at 40 Gbps, a full-sized USB 3.2 port, an SD card reader, and a headphone jack are also included, along with advanced software for mapping all controller buttons.
For cooling, the device utilizes a generous vapor chamber and a high-conductivity thermal compound (8.5W/m.K). The full-sized SSD (M.2 2280) is easily replaceable. The system is powered by a 65 Wh battery with 100W fast charging and weighs only 789 grams.
Indiegogo launch prices for the OneXPlayer X1 range from €773 for the Core Ultra 5 125H model with 16 GB of RAM and 1 TB of storage, up to €1,290 for the fully-loaded Ultra 7 155H model with 64 GB RAM and 4 TB of storage. The keyboard and controller each cost an additional €50, while the Stylus is the most expensive accessory at €65. The case is the cheapest at €25.