We have talked about the OneGx gaming laptop that is supposed to potentially compete with the Nintendo Switch and Smach Z. Now the company behind the product has confirmed that the OneGx 7-Inch Gaming PC is going to release this summer.
One-netbook is marketing this as the smallest gaming PC that supports 5G. That is very interesting indeed as you will not need a WiFi connection and can game while you travel as long as you have a supported Sim card that supports 5G. The OneGx also supports 4G and can be configured with up to 2TB of SSD storage. The device will also have detachable gamepads.
The OneGx is powered by the Intel Tiger Lake CPUs. The design of the gaming PC is similar tot he Alienware Area 51m. While other specifications are not included in the slides, we have got reports that the One GX1 features a 10,000 mAh battery. This could result in a few hours of game time even when the device is not connected. We can also confirm that there is a special Gundam limited edition model coming to china. This is not going to be available in other parts of the world. It seems that the back has the vents. That is where the air is going to get out of. The I/O also seems to be at the back. There seems to be a single port on the side as well. I am not sure what the port is but it could be a USB port for a mouse.
While the company has teased the special Gundam limited edition model we have yet to see what it looks like. The design should be very interesting indeed. You can check out the gamepad below:
Let us know what you think about the release of the OneGx gaming PC and whether or not you are interested in small form factor laptops for gaming.