What you need to know
- The One Mix 1S+ mini PC recently became available.
- The convertible PC has a 7-inch screen and a keyboard.
- runs on an Intel Core m3-8100Y processer.
- The One Mix 1S+ starts at $600.
With phones getting bigger and bigger each year, some PC manufacturers manage to make Windows 10 laptops that are smaller than some phones and phablets. That's the case with the One Mix 1S+, which was recently launched by One-Netbook (via Liliputing). The convertible mini PC has a 7-inch screen that can rotate 360-degrees to be used as a tablet. The One Mix 1S+ starts at $600.
While that 7-inch screen is larger than most phones, as ZDNet points out it's smaller than some, such as the Huawei Matebook 20 X. It probably won't fit into a pants pocket but could fit in a jacket pocket. Of course, the MateBook 20X and the One Mix 1S+ are completely different machines, but the size comparison is interesting.
On the inside, the One Mix 1S+ runs on a quad core Intel Core m3 8100Y processor. It has 8GB of DDR3 RAM and a 256GB PCIe SSD. It also has a fingerprint reader for security. It supports dual band Wi-Fi (2.4GHz/5.0GHz) but does not support LTE.
The One Mix 1S+ supports a stylus with 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity. That's less than a Surface device or any device build for artist, but significantly more than many would expect from a small device like the One Mix 1S+. 2048 pressure levels should be more than enough for taking notes and basic inking.
The laptop has a 6,500 mAh battery that charges with a USB-C port. It also features a USB 3.0 port, a micro HDMI port, and a microSD slot.
Teeny tiny PC
A tiny laptop with a nifty little keyboard
This tiny PC features a 7-inch screen and a keyboard, but it can fit in some pockets. It also supports a stylus for note taking on the go.
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