One-Netbook is teasing their first real 2-in-1 tablet, the 13-inch One-Netbook T1 that first started leaking as a tablet developed under the Voyo brand last year. It will be an Alder Lake powered Windows 11 tablet launching a pre-order campaign on June 9th.
And while we’re still a week away from being able to buy it, here’s what One-Netbook has revealed about the T1 so far.
It will be powered by the 12-core 4.7GHz 12th gen. Intel Core i7-1260P “Alder Lake” processor that was launched earlier this year and is available on the Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro, along with Iris Xe Graphics 96EU, 16GB of (5200 MHz) LPDDR5 RAM, and M.2 2280 SSD storage.
The 13-inch screen on this Windows tablet will deliver a display resolution of 2160 x 1440 on an eDP display with support for a 4096 levels of pressure sensitive pen.
Also, it will feature Wi-Fi 6, BT 5.0, a 12,000 mAh battery with 65W charging and a GaN charger that’ll charge it in 2.5 hours, USB C and USB 3.2 port, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a HDMI port.
One-Netbook T1 will also feature a Surface type of keyboard, and a rear kickstand with hinges identical to those of Lenovo’s Miix 510 tablet.
– Tom Bowen