ONE-NETBOOK One Mix 2S a high-end UMPC

It seems that the format UMPC (ultra mobile PC) has recently a new youth and again we find a model called ONE-NETBOOK One Mix 2S that is undoubtedly one of the most complete we have seen to date, although of course you have to pay for it. This small computer integrates an 8th generation Intel Core m3-8100Y processor and a series of specifications that will allow us to use it for any work or heavy application.

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Processor, RAM and storage

In the ONE-NETBOOK One Mix 2S model we have a powerful Intel Core m3-8100Y low power processor that has two cores and four threads with a speed that reaches up to 3.4 GHz and with integrated GPU lntel HD Graphics 615 with a speed of up to 900 MHz. This processor has a consumption of only 5W TPD, presumably with an active fan inside to keep temperatures at bay in such a compact size. In terms of memory we have 8 GB of LPDDR3 RAM and 256 GB internal storage in PCIe SSD format that will give us good speeds.

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Screen and other features

We have a 7-inch IPS touch screen with a resolution of 1920 × 1200 pixels in 16:10 format and we can rotate 360º to work as if it were a tablet. It is compatible with Stylus that has 2048 levels of pressure with which we will have a good pressure. At the level of wireless connectivity includes an internal adapter with Dual Band WiFi and Bluetooth 4.0. In terms of connectivity we have a 3.5mm audio jack, a USB Type-C port, a microHDMI video output and a USB 3.0 connector. The battery is 6500 mAh that we can use as a powerbank.

This small laptop has a QWERTY keyboard, in the center it has an optical touch control system and fingerprint reader for security unlocking. the measurements are 182 x 110 x 17 mm, the weight of your body made of CNC aluminum is 518 gr and the operating system installed by default is Windows 10.

Price and availability

  • ONE-NETBOOK One Mix 2S can be purchased at for 879.99 $ including shipping.

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