One-Netbook is really going all out on their latest 7-inch pocket laptop, or UMPC (ultra mobile PC) as they will launch a new flagship model called One-Netbook OneGx1 Pro with a “Tiger Lake” 11th gen. Intel Core i7-1160G7 processor featuring Intel Iris Xe graphics, and optional 4G and 5G now in December:
This new 7-inch Windows 10 gaming laptop is an upgraded version of the already very powerful One-Netbook OneGx1 that was released in August.
So as an upgraded version of that, the One-Netbook OneGx1 Pro has very high specs. It’s powered by the 4.4 GHz Intel Core i7-1160G7 processor, with the Intel Iris Xe 96EU graphics, 16GB of LPDDR4/4X RAM at 4266 MHz, and 512GB of PCIe SSD, with support for up to 2TB storage.
The 7-inch touchscreen has a Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1200, with support for 2048 pressure level digitizer pens that supports the GPP protocol.
All of this hardware needs some power, so OneGx1 Pro has 2x 6000 mAh batteries that gives it a total capacity of 12,000 mAh / 46.2wh with support for 65W fast charging and power bank support too.
Internet connectivity is blazing fast too, with Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.0, and optional 4G or 5G connectivity. Other connectivity options are two USB C port with USB 4.0 (40Gbps), a USB A 3.0 port, a micro-HDMI port, a microSD card slot, and a 3.5mm audio combo jack.
To keep the powerful beast One-Netbook OneGx1 Pro cool, it has mini a+ b fans, double pure copper heat pipe, and pure copper heat conduction plate for effective heat transfer, with three different cooling modes.
The backlit keyboard is of course a 16 million RGB keyboard with 7 different modes, including circular tail light, which can be turned off.
As for design, you’ll notice that the One-Netbook OneGx1 Pro is black, unlike the One-Netbook OneGx1 which is blue, with blue gaming controllers.
These detachable game controllers, known as Japanese Alps joysticks feature fast connection dedicated transmitters to the device, with support for single modes and double mode.
When the OneGX1 Pro is ready to launch, it will weigh between 623 and 630 grams. It’s made out solid CNC aviation aluminum casing, and has a thickness of 21mm.
The design and engineering of One-Netbook is so good, that if this company were ever to manufacture tablet computers, they would send shockwaves through the industry. But for now, they are at least doing that with pocket laptops.
– Tom Bowen