One-Netbook will launch its latest creation OneNetbook T1, a high-performance 3-in-1 tablet using the 12th Gen Intel Alder Lake 1260P processor and running Windows 11, on the Indiegogo website. OneNetbook T1 is developed to provide users with a robust and adaptable budget alternative that supports most tasks in a single tool, including office work, gaming, media consumption and content creation. OneNetbook T1 will be available at the “super early bird price”, starting at $599 on Indiegogo. The company plans delivery from the July 2022 campaign.
One-Netbook unveils the OneNetbook T1: the world’s first 12th generation Intel Alder Lake tablet
In 2021, One-Netbook launched the crowdfunding campaign for the company’s ONEXPLAYER PC handheld game console on the platform and successfully raised over $2,000,000. One-Netbook will showcase its latest 3-in-1 hybrid tablet with favorable feedback from users and backers. The new OneNetbook T1 is equipped with premium hardware and durable materials.
The new system is very light for mobile use. OneNetbook T1 can find help as a workstation, gaming laptop or mobile canvas provided for maximum mobility and comfort. The OneNetbook T1 will be available from $599 on Indiegogo, with an expected MSRP of $719. Readers can find more details on its official website website.
Intel’s 12th Gen Alder Lake processors deliver a significant performance boost. The OneNetbook T1 is the first tablet system powered by the 12th Gen Intel Alder Lake 1260P processor and includes next-gen DDR5 memory. It’s designed for gaming on the go, but it can also match the multitasking capabilities of a performance system to perform things like streaming or creating content.
The OneNetbook T1 supports many possibilities, such as fashionable and graphically intense.
AAA games and apps – titles like Forza Horizon 5, Elden Ring, and software like Lightroom and AutoCAD.
OneNetbook T1 combines the included stylus and the system’s 10-point GFF capacitive multi-touch screen for fast note taking and highly intricate drawings when used in canvas mode. The touchscreen is highly responsive and offers a true writing feel to capture any inspiration whether at home or on the go. The center hinge can tilt 160°, encouraging users to find a comfortable angle for any use. Users can detach the keyboard and turn the OneNetbook T1 into a tablet for reading or streaming movies and shows when not typing data.
OneNetbook T1 Specification Highlights:
- CPU: Intel Core 12th Alder Lake-P 28W BGA CPU I7-1260P Processor
- Center frequency: 12 cores, 16 threads, 1.8 GHz Up to 4.7 GHz
- Memory: Dual channel 5200Mhz 315Balls LPDDR5
- Filter: 2160 x 1440, 13.0-inch IPS eDP panel
- Peripheral I/O: USB Type C / USB 3.2 / Audio Port / HDMI / TF Card
- Network: WiFi 6 / Bluetooth 5.0
- Storage: SSD, M.2 2280
OneNetbook T1 is now receiving global pre-orders with super early bird pricing starting at $599 for the base model. It is one of the few crowdfunding products that is scheduled to be available one month after the crowdfunding period. Readers can find more pricing options on the campaign page at Indiegogo.