It’s needless to say that Steam Deck will probably turn the heads of PC gamers, but while Valve’s new kid on the block will likely be a top seller, it won’t be the only portable gaming PC on the market. Enter the Onexplayer 1S; an upgraded version of the original handheld that could prove a worthy Steam Deck alternative.
As you’d perhaps expect, the Onexplayer 1S pretty much follows in the footsteps of every other handheld gaming PC. Featuring console-like ergonomics and a Switch inspired aesthetic; this device isn’t shy about its intent. However, unlike both the Steam Deck and its fellow contenders, this unassuming palm PC has Intel’s 11th gen i7 1195G7 at its core. Not only does this allow the device to reach speeds of up to 5GHz turbo, but it also gives it an edge when it comes to gaming performance.
From GPD’s Win Max range of mini gaming laptops to the Switch adjacent Aya Neo, there are already plenty of portable PC gaming options out there. Yet, while these devices can run the latest games with a respectable level of performance, the graphical capabilities of the Onexplayer 1S’s processor set it apart from both its competitors and the Steam Deck.
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