Oh, joy—OneXfly, another handheld gaming machine and a win for AMD

There are now six x86 handhelds being built for Chinese gamers.

Jon Peddie

One-Netbook, known for the OneXplayer handheld series, has introduced the OneXfly. It features a Ryzen 7 7840U Phoenix APU with eight cores, 16 threads, and a Radeon 780M iGPU. The console offers a 7-inch 1920×1080 display at 120Hz and weighs 580 grams. It includes a 48 watt-hour battery, GaN fast charging, and customizable RGB lighting. The OneXfly is lighter than competitors and has an estimated playtime of 2-4 hours. Availability and pricing details are yet to be revealed. One-Netbook, the company previously known for the OneXplayer handheld line based on AMD’s Ryzen, has announced the OneXfly. The new handheld console

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