After the OneNetbook T1 crowdfunding campaign kicked off this week, it was fulfilled within hours after launch, even though the funding campaign won’t be closed before a month from now.
The T1 tablet is therefore on track to start shipping in August, and it will be possible to buy it after the release too for those who want to see how the final versions actually stacks up before buying it.
One-Netbook is an unknown brand to many, but they have been one of the leading brands in powerful pocket laptops since 2018, while also adding increasingly larger laptops to their portfolio. But the OneNetbook T1 is their first dedicated 2-in-1 tablet.
There are 3 different models of this Windows 11 tablet, powered by either an Intel Pentium 8505 processor with 8GB RAM/256GB storage, an Intel Core i5-1240P processor with 16GB RAM/512GB storage, or an Intel Core i7-1260P processor with 16GB RAM and 1TB/2T storage.
Specifications includes LPDDR5 RAM at a very high 5200MHz, Iris Xe 96EU GPU, NVMe PCIe 3.0×4 storage, which of course leads to copper liquid heat pipes, and a 13-inch screen with a 2160 x 1440 resolution display.
Additional specs are a 12,000 mAh battery with 65W charging support, a 2MP front camera, stereo speakers, 4096 pressure level support for the stylus, Wi-Fi 6, BT 5.0, 2x USB A 3.2 ports, 1x USB C 3.2 port, a mini-HDMI port, a 3.5mm audio combo jack, and a microSD card slot.
With active ventilation and large battery, this tablet has some weight to it though. As the current in-development model weighs 975 grams and is 9.8mm thick. The final version may end up with a slightly different weight, but the difference should be marginal.
By comparison, the 13-inch Surface Pro 8 weighs 889 grams.
– Jim Miller