OneXplayer 2 Pro Featuring AMD Ryzen 7 8840U Officially Launched

The OneXplayer 2 Pro is undergoing an upgrade, transitioning from the Ryzen 7 7840U to the 8840U. The company is generating excitement on social media for the imminent launch of a product showcasing the AMD Ryzen 8000 APU, set to be unveiled on February 26th. Although not entirely new, the OneXplayer 2 Pro initially released with the Ryzen 7 7840U APU last year. Now, it is receiving an update to the Ryzen 7 8840U version, essentially the same APU but equipped with a faster XDNA AI-processor. This upgraded handheld will join the ranks of early devices, such as the AYANEO Slide, GPD Win Max 2 handheld, and Minisforum V3 tablet, featuring the Ryzen 8040U processor.


The OneXPlayer 2 Pro distinguishes itself as a premium handheld device, showcasing an large 8.4-inch screen boasting a 2.5K (2560×1600) resolution. This device supports LPDDR5X-7500 memory, with capacities reaching up to 64GB, and is compatible with PCIe Gen4x4 storage, extending up to 4TB. Notably, the company aims to set itself apart from mainstream competitors like ASUS, MSI, and Lenovo by providing ample memory and storage as standard features, deviating from the common 16GB RAM and 512GB storage options found elsewhere.


This system boasts intriguing features such as detachable controllers, faster LPDDR5X-7500 memory (previously exclusive to Legion Go), and compatibility with a stylus. Marketed as a versatile 5-in-1 product, it positions itself as a game console, laptop, tablet, TV , and tabletop. While some aspects may carry a touch of marketing flair, the device is designed to deliver a versatile and multifaceted user experience.

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Entering the realm of high-end AMD-based handheld systems, this device aligns itself with a substantial lineup. However, expectations lean towards a considerable price tag. Much like the AYANEO Kun, it is anticipated to be pricier than the Legion Go, despite sharing similar specifications and features, albeit with more memory and storage choices.