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OneXPlayer Handheld Powered By High-End Intel or AMD Silicon

OneXPlayer, one of the many handheld PCs that became popular after the Steam Deck, has revealed a new model available for pre-order: Mini Pro (opens in new tab)With either an AMD Ryzen 7 6800U APU with a Radeon 680M integrated GPU, or an Intel i7 1260P with Iris Xe graphics, it looks like a strong entry into the market.

If that AMD APU identifier sounds familiar, you should. 6800U is also used in GDP Win Max 2 (opens in new tab)Neo Aya 2 (opens in new tab)Asus Zenbook S13 (opens in new tab) And many other small and light machines. Its 8 cores and 16 threads are an advantage over the Steam Deck’s 4c/8t chip, and you can also pack more RAM with up to 32GB of DDR5 at 6400MHz. The Intel version only has 16GB of RAM, but the 1260P is not a slow chip with 12 cores and 16 threads.Neither hit the best CPUs for gaming (opens in new tab) These are mobile processors, so they’re not on the list, but they’re impressive chips in the portable realm.

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