The Steam Deck is a great gaming device designed by Valve that has recently become very popular. However, it does have several drawbacks, like a subpar display, a weak haptics rumble, and only one USB port.
The new OneXPlayer Mini Pro is a portable PC designed for gaming, much like the Steam Deck, GPD Win, AyaNeo, and several other devices. It’s Ryzen 7 6800U central processing unit (CPU) has eight Zen 3+ CPU cores that can turbo up to 4.7 GHz, and its RDNA 2 GPU is 50 percent larger than the Steam Deck’s.
The OneXPlayer Mini Pro’s memory is LPDDR5 at 6400 MT/s, and you can choose either 16 or 32 GB. The system may be purchased with 1 TB or 2TB storage capacity on a PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD, with 512 GB as the basic option.
The OneXPlayer includes the screen, which is a 7″ IPS LCD with a 19201200 resolution and 100% sRGB coverage, as well as the external connectivity, which has two USB4 connections and a single USB 3.0 Type-A connector.
You can also install and run SteamOS 3.0 on your OneXPlayer, considering the same hardware as the Steam Deck.
In terms of pricing, the basic model with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD for storage costs $1199. That’s a significant price increase above Steam Deck, which begins at $400. From tomorrow until October 7th, however, those interested in purchasing the gaming handheld may do so by placing a $50 deposit on a pre-order.