For anyone who is a fan of Steam games or other desktop games but wishes there was a way to make them more portable, One-Netbook might have the solution for you. Earlier today they started a crowdfunding campaign on IndieGoGo and have already surpassed their flexible goal and raised over $600,000. This portable device will be able to run Windows 10 and allow users to download and play a host of Steam and other PC games on the go.
Finally here! We are excited to announce the official launch of #ONEXPLAYER on #Indiegogo. 🎊 We know you have been anticipated for a powerful handheld console for so long. Take a step here and you embark on a new and rewarding way of PC gaming. 😘😘😘https://t.co/jBWlApTIiM
— One-Netbook official (@OnenetbookO) May 10, 2021
This portable device named ONEXPLAYER has a host of current-gen technology to make it a powerful and comfortable gaming experience. There are built-in controller buttons and joysticks inspired by the Xbox controller design, however, there also includes multiple USB ports in order to plug external accessories if need be. It boasts an 8.4-inch display and can run games at 2560 x 1600 resolution. For the more technical specs, it contains an eleventh gen i5 or i7 processor as well iRIS Xe graphics. To understand how these measure up to the in-game performance, on their IndieGoGo listing they have laid out a list of popular games with the average FPS users can expect. For example, in Assassins Creed Odyssey the ONEXPLAYER can run the game at approximately 40-70 FPS. There are also multiple storage sizes to purchase including 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB – all of which contain ample space to store all your games.
The crowdfunding event is still going on and for those that have already secured the console, it is expected to ship in June of this year.