OneGX is a small notebook that is aimed at the portable gaming market. It is small enough to use like a Nintendo Switch and is powerful enough to run proper games that are available on Steam. The OneGX has 4 different game modes and we have some more information regarding the product. Here we are going to look into all that.

OneGX Game Modes Explained

We now have more information regarding the different modes of the device and we have even seen the gamepad in the official marketing and slide deck. You can check them out in the images included below.

There is a TV mode that allows you to use the OneGX with your TV with an HDMI cable. You can use the gamepad, mice and keyboard or a controller. The notebook supports Windows 10 so there are plenty of options to choose from.  There is also a regular desktop mode in which you can use the device like a regular laptop. You can use a mouse with the OneGX and get to gaming.

OneGX Game Modes

Then we have then Palm mode in which you can use the device in your hands like a Nintendo Switch. The device comes with a 7-inch display so you can play games using the gamepad. The controllers are detachable so you can share them with other people and play multiplayer games in couch co-op mode. This is great for playing games like Overcooked 2. We should be able to learn about the games that support this feature in the future.
OneGX Game Modes

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 OneGx is powered by the Intel Tiger Lake CPUs. The design of the gaming PC is similar to the 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.

Let us know what you think about the OneGX laptop and the different game modes that it has to offer. Is this something that you would consider getting over the Nintendo Switch?

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