W10 convertible with 7″ touchscreen and stylus coming in June

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The Chinese company One Netbook is working on the One Mix Yoga: a miniature convertible with a folding 7″ screen that runs Windows 10. The company has started presales and the compact 2-in-1 should be released in June.

The One Mix Yoga has a 7″ screen with a resolution of 1920×1200 pixels. The screen can be flipped 360 degrees and supports a stylus that detects 2048 degrees of sensitivity. The processor is the Intel Atom x5-Z8350, there is 8GB of ram and the storage amount is 128GB, which can be expanded with micro-SD cards.

The keyboard offers backlighting and in the middle is a mouse pointer that works on the basis of infrared. There is also a usb 3.0 type c port, which is used for charging, among other things, in addition to usb 3.0 type a, micro-usb and micro-hdmi. The convertible supports WiFi ac and Bluetooth 4.0. The battery has a capacity of 6500mAh. The weight is about 500 grams and the thickness is 1.7 cm.

Little else is known about the manufacturer, One Netbook, and for the time being the ‘pocket laptop’ seems to be only available to a very limited extent; only GeekBuying has it in its range for presale, for an amount of 460 dollars, which converted and with VAT is 465 euros.

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