OneXPlayer 2 is a new portable gaming console that can play PC games and it will use both AMD and Intel technologies. Pre-orders are now available, with a choice of a Ryzen APU or an Intel Core Raptor Lake CPU.
OneXPlayer 2: will have an Intel Core Raptor Lake or Ryzen 7 6800U CPU
The OneXPlayer 2 handheld console is an update to its current line of gaming laptops, which will feature an 8.4-inch screen with a 2560 x 1600 pixel resolution. The previous generation had a 7-inch screen with a 1080p resolution.
Another important improvement that this model will have is that it will adopt removable pads, which is similar to the design of the Nintendo Switch.
Internally, it will be possible to choose two configurations, one with a Ryzen 7 6800U CPU and another that will have a 13th generation Intel Core CPU, with a model that is not exactly detailed. We know that the Ryzen 7 6800U has about 8 cores and 16 Zen 3+ threads, but the Raptor Lake CPU is still unknown. It is likely the successor to the Core i7-1260P, widely used in this segment.
What is confirmed is that the memory will be of the LPDDR5X-6400 type, while the battery will receive an increase to 17100 mAh.
The OneXPlayer 2 pre-sale will begin on November 25, although they will not start shipping until the beginning of 2023. At the moment, the date of the initial shipments is not revealed. We will keep you informed.
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