The Steam Deck is a great gaming device designed by Valve that has become very popular lately. However, it has several drawbacks such as a substandard screen, a weak haptic rumble and only one USB port.
The new OneXPlayer Mini Pro is a portable PC designed for gaming, just like the Steam Deck, GPD Win, AyaNeo and several other devices. The Ryzen 7 6800U central processing unit (CPU) has eight Zen 3+ CPU cores that can turbo up to 4.7GHz, and the RDNA 2 GPU is 50 percent larger than that of the Steam Deck.
The memory of the OneXPlayer Mini Pro is LPDDR5 with 6400 MT/sec and you can choose between 16 or 32 GB. The system can be purchased with 1 TB or 2 TB of storage capacity on a PCIe 4.0 NVMe SSD, with 512 GB as a base option.
The OneXPlayer includes the display, which is a 7-inch IPS LCD with 19201200 resolution and 100% sRGB coverage, as well as external connectivity, which has two USB4 ports and a single USB 3.0 Type-A connector.
You can also install and run SteamOS 3.0 on your OneXPlayer, using the same hardware as the Steam Deck.
Price-wise, the base model with 16GB of RAM and a 512GB SSD for storage costs $1199. That’s a significant price increase over Steam Deck, which starts at $400. Starting tomorrow through October 7, those interested in buying the gaming handheld do this by making a $50 deposit on a pre-order.