OneXPlayer X1, beastly 11″ Tablet PC with detachable controllers

The new OneXPlayer X1 tablet / console has been unveiled and is kicking off with a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo.

This new tablet and console PC allows us to disassemble its side controls as in a Switch and it is also possible to connect it to our TV or monitor and use it as an external screen. For this system has opted for the new (but already popular) Intel Core Ultra 7-155H processor of the Metor Lake family, which integrates a portable Intel Arc GPU similar in power to the AMD RDNA3. Hardware similar to what we can see in the recent MSI Claw console that offers a more conventional design.

A console that we can use as a touch tablet PC for leisure, multimedia and work with its keyboard, but also allows us to enjoy games up to AAA in pretty good graphics quality with the Gamepad.

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OneXPlayer X1 Specifications

The hardware of the OneXPlayer X1 offers the Intel Core Ultra 7-155H processor, which has 16 cores (6P 8E 2LE) and 22 threads reaching up to 4.8 GHz. In the graphics section we find an Intel Arc GPU with 8 Xe-Cores. This processor is manufactured in 7 nm, the consumption is quite low, but playing it will reach high temperatures, we assume that the cooling system will be well designed and the Aluminum 6000 case will also help to dissipate something.

As for RAM we will have the option of up to 64 GB LPDDR5X at 7467 MHz in Dual Channel and for storage we have an SSD M.2 NVMe PCIe 4.0 x 4 2280 of up to 4 TB.

Display and other notable features

The OneXPlayer X1 ‘s display is a 2.5K touch LTPS LCD with a size of 10.95 inches, resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels with refresh rate up to 120 Hz. We also have Wifi 6E connectivity, Bluetooth 5.2 and six-axis gyroscope. This tablet has a thickness of 13 mm and the weight of 789 g.

As for detachable gamepads, we have a configuration with two analog sticks, crosshead, four buttons, four triggers and various function keys. The connectors we see are two USB Type-C ports one of them USB 4 and another Thunderbolt4 and an Oculink port for external GPU, 3.5 mm audio jack, micro SD card reader up to 2 TB and a USB-A 3.0 port.

This console includes magnetic backlit keyboard, vibration, camera for facial unlocking, fingerprint reader, Harman speakers and an internal battery of 65 Wh with 100 W fast charging that will give us an autonomy of between 2 and 5 hours depending on the type of game. The installed system is Windows 11 Pro with the inclusion of the OneX configuration panel.

Price and availability

  • The OneXPlayer X1 will start being available on Indiegogo for a price starting at $840 and going up to $1400 for its most powerful configuration.
  • Shipping and fees must be added. If we are not in a hurry it is better to buy it when it comes out in stores.

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