One-Netbook, the corporate behind the One XPlayer Mini we reviewed earlier this 12 months, has formally introduced the T1 pill after teasing the system over the previous few days. The One-Netbook T1 guarantees to be one of the vital highly effective Home windows 11 tablets you should buy proper now, being one of many first with Intel’s Twelfth-generation processors. It additionally claims to be less expensive than choices just like the Floor Professional 8.
Not each mannequin comes with the identical processor, nonetheless. The bottom mannequin comes with an Intel Pentium Golg 8505, which has 5 cores (1P + 4E) and a 15W TDP. From there, you will get rather more highly effective fashions. The subsequent tier in line comes with a 28W Intel Core i5-1240P with 12 cores and 16 threads, or you may go all the way in which to a Core i7-1260P. The pill additionally helps as much as 32GB of LPDDR5 RAM (configurable with as much as 16GB out of the field), and as much as 2TB of SSD storage.
Other than that, the One-NetBook T1 has a 13-inch show with a 3:2 facet ratio, much like Microsoft’s Floor tablets, and it is available in a decision of 2160 x 1440. That’s not fairly as sharp as Microsoft’s tablets, however it ought to nonetheless be greater than adequate for this measurement. It may well attain as much as 500 nits of brightness and it has a 500:1 distinction ratio, which isn’t notably spectacular. After all, because it’s a pill, it helps contact.
One other potential benefit the One-Netbook T1 has over another Home windows tablets is that it really has a strong number of ports, together with USB Sort-C, two USB Sort-A ports, Mini HDMI, a headphone jack, and a microSD card reader. Nevertheless, it doesn’t assist Thunderbolt by the USB-C port, which is a notable draw back.
In One-Netbook’s regular vogue, the T1 is launching by way of an Indiegogo marketing campaign, and early adopters can get the pill for a considerably cheaper price, with it getting more and more dearer till the marketing campaign is over. In the course of the marketing campaign, the One-Netbook T1 will begin at $599 (later $719) with the Intel Pentium Gold 8505 CPU, 8GB of RAM, and a 256GB SSD. Upgrading to an Intel Core i5-1240P, 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD will set you again $899 ($1,119 after the marketing campaign). Lastly, the Intel Core i7-1260P mannequin with 16GB of RAM and a 1TB SSD prices $1,139 at first ($1,399 after the marketing campaign), and upgrading to a 2TB SSD takes that as much as $1,239 ($1,499 when the marketing campaign is over).
You may take a look at the One-Netbook T1 on Indiegogo if you wish to seize it proper now at a reduced worth.