If you have the money, then a new and well equipped Windows 10 pocket laptop is about to launch by the name One Netbook One Mix 3 Pro in the middle of December for just under $1000:
So this is not a pocket laptop you buy more for fun than for absolute need. But for those who either work in the IT service industry or anyone else who needs a modern Windows 10 computer with a touchscreen, it is an interesting handheld computer for sure.
One Netbook One Mix 3 Pro has a top of the line 8.4-inch screen with 2660 x 1600 resolution, and it’s powered by a Intel Core i5-10210Y processor, 16GB LPDDR3 RAM, and 512GB PCIe SSD storage. So another 10th gen. Intel Core computer, but still not one as fast as the Intel Core i5-1035G4 in the new Surface Pro 7.
The screen is of course a touchscreen, and it revolves all the way around so that it can be used in tablet mode, as well as tent mode. It also support the optional 4096 pressure level sensitive digitizer pen, so this is a good substitute for a small Windows tablet, especially with a backlit keyboard and infrared mouse included.
Other essential specifications are a USB C 3.0 port, a USB 3.0 port, a micro-HDMI port, an audio jack, and a microSD card slot.
It has a fingerprint reader, dual-band Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 4.0, a 8600 mAh battery capacity rated with a 12 hour battery life, and power bank support.
One Netbook One Mix 3 Pro is 14.9mm thick and it’s challenging to make it thinner with all this hardware on board. The weight is 650 grams.
So there’s no denying that this is a powerful handheld computer, but it still has some serious competition even from some of One Netbook’s own Intel Core i7 models, and generally also against anything from the Magic-Ben MAG1 with 4G LTE, to the low cost Chuwi MiniBook.
– Tom Bowen