Tiny One Mix 2S Yoga now available with low-power Core i7 processor

One Netbook's tiny pocket PC, the One Mix 2S Yoga, has picked up a little more processing power with its latest refresh. The diminutive notebook is now available with an Intel Core i7-8500Y processor, but you'll have to shell out a hefty $1,200 to give it a spin (via Liliputing).

The upgrade comes in the form of a limited "Platinum Edition" model, which, along with the upgraded processor, comes with 512GB of storage and 8GB of RAM. That's a modest upgrade from the other models that have been available thus far with Core m3 processors and 256GB of storage.

Other than some upgraded internals, the Platinum Edition comes with the same 7-inch 1920x1200 screen as the other models, along with a fingerprint sensor, a 6500mAh battery, and support for inking on its touch display. The screen can also be rotated like a convertible laptop, allowing you to use it like a tablet.

Miniature pocket laptops are a relatively niche market, and the Platinum Edition's high price tag may not appeal to everyone. But if you're curious, the One Mix 2S Yoga with its low-power Core i7 processor is up for preorder now for $1,200. The Core m3 models are available as well, with prices starting at $670

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