https://safirsoft.com One-Netbook is building a Steam Deck competitor that you can test before its launch

Since Steam Deck has created so many titles, it was only a matter of time before we saw similar concepts emerge. Before Steam Deck, there were some, like the Intel-based OneXplayer from One-Netbook. The same company is now developing an AMD-based portable console that you can try out soon.

One-Netbook gives select people the opportunity to try out the next version of AMD OneXplayer. At the moment, in addition to the packaging of the AMD chip, we do not know any specifications for the portable console, but the company should disclose them before it is released.

However, we do not specify the supported models that we know about Intel. Which should be relatively similar to what we'll see in the AMD release. With the exception of the Intel CPU, all versions have an 8.4-inch display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, 16GB LPDDR4X memory and a maximum storage capacity of 2TB.

AMD is the only model. The difference should be in the CPU. Based on the current AMD APU lineup, the most likely choices will be the Ryzen 5 5600U or the Ryzen 7 5800U, but with the introduction of new AMD laptop processors early next year, the new portable console could be improved upon.

AMD's ONEXPLAYER version is set for testing, if you want to participate, please click on the link below: https://t.co/YFBNv7qC2H Hello! ONEXPLAYER brings you more surprises anywhere and anytime! Deadline: 2021.11.15 6:00 PM (GMT +8) #onexplayer #amd pic.twitter.com/N7OHwP4Kus

- One-Netbook Official (OnenetbookO) November 9, 2021

If One Running a Netbook for a Ryzen 5000U Series APU, it's interesting to see how it works against a dedicated Steam Deck chip, which we'll learn more from soon, the first of which has a faster CPU with more cores based on the Zen 3 architecture on other chips, we have 4C/ 8T Zen 2 CPU with powerful RDNA 2 iGPU.

Prices should be different, OneXplayer is probably more expensive OneXplayer based on Intel with Intel i5-1135G7 and 512GB Internal storage is $1,059 For $899 for a first-time purchase.

If you're interested you can test it out before publishing, you can sign up by filling out this form.

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