Linux Netbooks

Steam Deck gets more competition in 2023 with OneXPlayer 2

The OneXPlayer 2, the next top of the range steam bridge rival, is set to launch in 2023, with pre-orders for the portable gaming PC starting November 25. The follow-up device is again made by One-Netbook and from what we’ve seen of the specs, this could give Valve’s device a …

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Use ‘Upscaler’ to enhance low resolution images with AI on Linux

Looking for a free and open source app that harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to improve the image quality of your grainy 0.3 MP netbook selfies and 128 pixel anime avatars? Chances are it’s not, but I’m here to tell you about it anyway! You see, I very occasionally …

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Microsoft has updated Xbox Cloud Gaming for Linux and ChromeOS (so Steam Deck too!)

On the Reddit community for Xbox Cloud Gaming, an Xbox employee posted a little announcement about an improved experience for Linux and ChromeOS game streaming. Something we’ve been waiting for for a while, because without workarounds you were limited to low resolution. You can improve it by spoofing Edge on …

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OneXPlayer Linux Platform Driver Sent for AMD Powered Gaming Handheld

For those interested in OneXPlayer handheld game consoles, an x86 platform driver for the Linux kernel has been released to achieve working sensor support on the AMD-powered OneXPlayer Mini. Over the past three years, OneXPlayer has been working on handheld game consoles to complement its line of original One-Netbook devices. …

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Google reveals ‘first laptops designed for cloud gaming’ right after killing off Stadia

Google has announced what it calls “the world’s first laptops designed for cloud gaming,” less than two weeks after announcing plans to shut down Stadia. Forbes reports: Google says the Acer Chromebook 516 GE, ASUS Chromebook Vibe CX55 Flip, and Lenovo Ideapad Gaming Chromebook all have refresh rates of at …

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Lilbits: Gaming laptops, iPhone 14 repairability improvements and Google Tensor G2 chip details

Valve has been ramping up production of its Steam Deck portable gaming PC throughout the year, and while there were long wait times when the laptop went on sale earlier this year, waiting times are getting shorter and shorter. steam bridge Meanwhile, other companies making portable gaming PCs are posting …

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How to Speed ​​Up Linux Boot

Hello everyone, today in this article we will show you how to speed up linux boot. You may have found that the system starts running slowly after using Ubuntu for a while. In this article, we will see several tricks and tips to make Ubuntu faster. Before looking at how …

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ONE-NETBOOK Unveils New Onemix 4 to Offer Intel Alder Lake 12th Gen Core Processor

ONE-NETBOOK is known for its mini laptops and its gaming sub-brand, ONEXPLAYER, which offers high-end gaming handhelds. Recently, the company announced that its Onemix 4s series of enterprise laptops has officially announced the hiring of internal beta testers for its new laptop. ONE-NETBOOK Updates Onemix 4 to Onemix 4S, Integrating …

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Why a Google Pixelbook with Tensor chip makes sense

Rumors of future Google Tensor chips have been doing the rounds this week. According to Galaxy Club, Google continues to partner with Samsung on chip design and manufacturing, currently testing a 3rd generation Tensor processor. Google uses its own Tensor design in the latest Pixel phones, and a Google Pixelbook …

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Looking to buy a new laptop for school? Don’t make the same mistakes I made.

As we all prepare for back-to-school in the coming weeks, many parents (and students) are getting ready to shop for their back-to-school supplies and tech, and a new laptop is increasingly part of that decision, especially for those who are about to start a new level of study, whether in …

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Tim Burton-inspired adventure game Whateverland launches September 15

Following the success of the Kickstarter campaign in 2020, Caligari Games has announced that its Burton-style point-and-click adventure will be released on September 15. Regardless of country, a world where morally gray souls are banished and darkly comically transformed into forms befitting their souls’ selfish desires, ends up being the …

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Why I use a Chromebook

I’ve been using Chromebooks since they launched, starting with the CR-48 prototype in 2010. During that time, and even before, I’ve used Linux, Macs, and PCs. I still do. But for the majority of my computing these days, I use a Chromebook. And when I point out some of the …

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Share of Linux Users on Steam Continues to Rise – Highest in Years

Valve has released its usual monthly Steam hardware and software survey and it looks like good news for Linux and Steam Deck again. We have seen user share increase to 1.23%, making it the highest point in several years (again). If we use Valve’s latest monthly active user count, this …

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One-netbook introduces ONEXPLAYER mini Pro with Intel Core i7-1260P processor, LPDDR5 RAM and 800p screen

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Windows 11 taskbar improves for people who open tons of apps

House > the Windows > Windows 11 taskbar improves for people who open tons of apps Thomas Holwerda 2022-07-23 the Windows The coolest addition we’ve seen in a while is now available to users on the Experimental Dev Channel: a modified version of the taskbar with much improved handling of …

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Raspberry Pi Desktop – the x86 version – update • The Register

The Raspberry Pi Foundation has updated its lightweight Linux for 32-bit PCs. When the first Raspberry Pi was launched a little over a decade ago, the Raspberry Pi Foundation offered an ARMv6 version of Debian 7. It worked, but there was a problem: while the Pi 1 had a hardware …

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PocketBook Era 7-inch eReader has built-in speaker and text-to-speech support (now available for $199+)

Disclosure: Certain links on this page are monetized by Skimlinks, Amazon, Rakuten Advertising, and eBay affiliate programs. All prices are subject to change, and this article only reflects prices available at the time of publication. New The era of the paperback is an e-book reader with a 7-inch, 1264 x …

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How to Simplify Managing User Groups and Shares in SFTPGo

Jack Wallen walks you through the process of simplifying the SFTPGo workflow. Image: BullRun/Adobe Stock Recently I posted a tutorial on deploying SFTPGo. During my work with this platform, I found that if you decide to venture beyond the realm of default virtual folders, things get a little messy and …

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Intel 14th Gen Core “Meteor Lake-H/P/U” will introduce new low power consumption cores, Xe-LPG GPU architecture

Intel Metor Lake details leaked Igor’sLAB has published a platform overview diagram for Intel’s 14th Gen Core mobile processor series. The diagram lists the most important details about the 14th generation Core mobile processor series known as Meteor Lake (MTL). This is the first time we’ve seen all three product …

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K-12 Mobile Computing Expedition Operating System Market Poised for Explosive Growth | Windows, Mac OS, Linux – Brits in Kenya

Detailed analysis of the global K-12 Mobile Computing Expeditions Operating System market provides key insights on changing industry dynamics, value chain analysis, major investment pockets , competitive scenarios, regional landscape and crucial segments. It also offers in-depth inspection related to driving and restraining ingredients for the global K-12 Mobile Computing …

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AOKZOE A1 Portable Gaming PC with Ryzen 7 6800U is Coming Soon

There’s another portable gaming PC on the way. The upcoming AOKZOE A1 handheld is powered by an AMD Ryzen 7 6800U processor with Radeon 680M graphics based on AMD’s RDNA 2 architecture. It runs Windows 11 software, although it should also support the Linux-based Steam operating system. And it features …

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Computer vision extracts lightning from images

Lightning is one of the most mysterious and fascinating phenomena on the planet. Extremely powerful, but each hit only has enough energy on average to power an incandescent bulb for an hour. The exact mechanism that triggers a lightning strike is still not well understood. Yet it happens 45 times …

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MNT Research Unveils Arm-Powered Pocket Reform

The era of netbooks may have come and gone, but there’s no denying that sometimes all we need is a small device for a quick fix of computing. The tiny modular Pocket Reform has just been announced (opens in a new tab) by MNT Research is one such device. What …

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Global K-12 Mobile Computing Operating System Market Size to Reach Revenue by 2029

The detailed analysis of the world situation K-12 Mobile Computing Shipments Operating System Market provides key insights on changing industry dynamics, value chain analysis, major investment pockets, competitive scenarios, regional landscape and crucial segments. It also offers in-depth inspection related to driving and restraining ingredients for the global K-12 Mobile …

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The Best Steam Deck Alternatives

So, did you receive the Steam Deck between launch and now? If so, good for you! Otherwise, there are plenty of Steam Deck alternatives to choose from. For many, an alternative is a way to go right now. The Steam Deck has unfortunately been out of reach for many since …

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Anbernic’s portable gaming PC is coming in July

Anbernic is a Chinese company that makes handheld gaming devices, most of which are retro gaming devices powered by ARM processors and designed to run Android or Linux software. But it looks like the company is developing its first portable gaming PC with an x86 processor and support for Windows …

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K-12 Mobile Computing Expeditions Operating System Market Overview, High Growth Opportunities, Segmentation, Trends by 2022-2030 – Indian Defense News

The global K-12 Mobile Computing Shipments Operating System industry research report provides an in-depth and methodical assessment of regional and global markets, along with the most recent service and product innovations and projected size of the global market. The K-12 Mobile Computing Expeditions Operating System research performs a comprehensive …

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One-Netbook’s T1 tablet is a Surface competitor with Intel P-series processors

One-Netbook, the company behind the One XPlayer Mini we reviewed earlier this year, has officially announced the T1 tablet after teasing the device for the past few days. The One-Netbook T1 promises to be one of the most powerful Windows 11 tablets you can buy today, being one of the …

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LG Gram 2022 lightweight laptops now available for $1,299 and up

The LG Gram line of laptops are known for their slim and incredibly light designs, but that doesn’t mean they sacrifice power. This year, LG introduced 6 new models equipped with 12th Intel Core-P processors with up to 12 cores, 16 threads and Intel Iris Xe graphics. Available with screen …

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HP Dev One Laptop with Pop! _OS Linux now available for $1099

The HP Dev One is a laptop designed for professional developers. The 3.24-pound laptop features a 14-inch Full HD display, a spill-resistant backlit keyboard with a center pointing stick, and a glass-covered trackpad underneath and an AMD Ryzen 7 Pro 5850U processor. But the main thing that marks this as …

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One Netbook T1 is a 13-inch tablet with up to an Intel Core i7-1260P processor

One Netbook, a Chinese company known for making mini laptops and portable gaming computers, is gearing up to launch its first 2-in-1 tablet. The A T1 netbook is a 13-inch Windows tablet with a detachable keyboard, built-in kickstand, and support for a pressure-sensitive pen. It’s also one of the first …

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Anbernic’s portable Windows gaming PC breaks cover

Anbernic is a Chinese company that makes handheld gaming devices, most of which are powered by Android or Linux software and designed for retro gaming. But it looks like the company is developing its first Windows-powered portable gaming PC. This could make the next Anbernic Win600 an option for gamers …

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K-12 Mobile Computing Expeditions Innovative Operating System Market Strategy By 2030 | Windows, Mac OS, Linux – SMU Daily Mustang

Global K-12 Mobile Computing Expeditions Operating System Market (Before-After Covid-19) Analysis of size and forecast until 2030: The Global K-12 Mobile Computing Shipments Operating System Research Report on K-12 Mobile Computing Shipments Operating System Market is the product of a brief review and in-depth analysis of realistic data collected from …

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K-12 Mobile Computing Shipments Operating System Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – Complete analyzes of the most dynamic K-12 Mobile Computing Shipments Operating System Market provide information that helps stakeholders identify opportunities and challenges. The 2022 markets could be another big year for the K-12 Mobile Computing Shipments operating system. This report provides an overview of the …

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Unity and Trinity desktops get new builds • The Register

Two minority Linux desktop environments were updated this week. Coincidentally named Unity and Trinity, both are forks that continue projects long abandoned by their creators. With the announcement of public testing, 7.6, which is Unity’s first update in six years, begins the process of modernizing Ubuntu’s old desktop. When it …

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ONEXPLAYER 8.4-inch portable gaming PC is now available with Ryzen 7 5800U (but it will cost you)

The ONEXPLAYER line of portable gaming computers continues to expand. One Netbook is now taking orders for a model with an 8.4-inch screen and an AMD Ryzen 7 5800U processor. But with a starting price of $1,449, it’s the most expensive member of the ONEXPLAYER lineup to date. This price …

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Android netbooks are coming | LinuxInsider

With all the hopes that many members of the FOSS community place in the increasingly popular netbook, it’s no surprise that the subject is controversial. So when the first Android netbook was spotted recently, the blogging excitement reached fever pitch. Computerworld’s Seth Weintraub seems to have been the first to …

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Ubuntu MATE 22.04 LTS brings new Yaru theme, MATE Desktop 1.26.1 and other improvements

Ubuntu 22.04 LTS is already an exciting release. While other Ubuntu-based distros should be gearing up to release their latest Ubuntu 22.04 LTS-based builds, LTS releases of official Ubuntu flavors have also landed. Here we focus on Ubuntu MATE 22.04 LTSwith the latest MATE Desktop 1.26.1. Usually, Ubuntu MATE …

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K-12 Mobile Computing Shipping Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – This K-12 Mobile Computing Shipments Operating System Market The report provides a comprehensive overview of significant aspects that will drive market growth such as market drivers, restraints, prospects, opportunities, restraints, current trends, and technical and industrial advancements. The detailed study of the industry, development and …

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The GPD Pocket 3 mini laptop gets a third-party 4G LTE module (Making the most of modularity:)

The GPD Pocket 3 is a mini laptop with a QWERTY keyboard barely big enough for touch input, an 8-inch touchscreen, and a pivoting hinge that lets you use the tiny computer as a laptop or tablet. It’s also a modular computer: in addition to full-size USB, HDMI, and Ethernet …

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My last post on LinuxGizmos

Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Reddit pinterest E-mail This is my final LinuxGizmos story after nine years as an editor and managing editor. But LG lives.I started at LinuxGizmos shortly after Rick Lehrbaum launched the site in early 2013. In 2018 he sold LinuxGizmos to KCK Media Corp., who did an admirable …

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The 7 Best Browsers for Old and Low-End Computers

Modern web browsers offer great performance, are more reliable, and offer tons of customization options. However, all this comes at the cost of system performance. Although not an issue with modern systems, modern browsers such as Firefox, Chrome, and Edge may not support or work well on legacy hardware. If …

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K-12 Mobile Computing Expeditions Operating System Market 2022-2030, By Top Key Players – Linux, iOS, Mac OS, Chrome OS, Android, Windows

The recent report on “K-12 Mobile Computing Operating System Expeditions Market Report 2022 by Key Players, Types, Applications, Countries, Market Size, Forecast to 2030” Offered by Credible markets, includes an in-depth survey of the geographical landscape, industry size as well as the revenue estimation of the company. In addition, the …

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K-12 Mobile Computing Expeditions Operating System Market Size, Scope, Growth, Competitive Analysis – Windows, Mac OS, Linux, iOS – The Saber

New Jersey, United States,- the K-12 Mobile Computing Shipments Operating System Market is carefully analyzed in the report with a focus on market dynamics including key issues and challenges, drivers, trends, and opportunities. The report includes an in-depth analysis of key market players to understand the usage of the key …

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Windows crashing on the Steam Deck robs the device of its soul

There are reasons you’d want to stick Windows on Valve’s Steam Deck. Of course, contrarianism is one of them. Morbid curiosity, geek, another. Then there’s a desire to play Destiny 2, Fortnite, or a bunch of Microsoft games that were dropped from the original Linux-based SteamOS 3.0 install. But having …

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K-12 Mobile Computing Operating System Shipments Market Forecast 2022-2026, Distribution Channel – Linux, Windows, Android, Mac OS and iOS

The global K-12 Mobile Computing Expeditions Operating System Market research report briefly studies the market players and the K-12 Mobile Computing Expeditions Operating System market structure. To examine the structure of the market and key players, the report analyzes published secondary data and some key indicators that would define the …

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Turn an old, slow laptop into a faster Chromebook for free

A computer and an 8GB USB flash drive are all you need to use Chromium. Sarah Tew/CNET Do a web search for “how to install Chrome OS on a laptop” or something like that and you’ve probably found that it can’t be done…at least not the same way you can …

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ONEXPLAYER Mini with Ryzen 7 5800U Launches in China for $840+

Less than two months after launching an ONEXPLAYER Mini portable gaming PC with a 7-inch display and 11th Gen Intel Core processor, One Netbook is adding an AMD-powered version to the growing family of ONEXPLAYER devices. According to an announcement in China, the new model features an AMD Ryzen 7 …

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Operating system (OS) for enterprise: which solution is the best?

Linux is one of the most dominant operating systems in the world, with widespread adoption in emerging industries and technologies. However, Linux-based operating systems are not the only systems used by enterprises, and there are several use cases for other options. However, selecting the right operating system for businesses can …

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Lilbits: Steam minimum specs for Chromebooks revealed, Galaxy Book Pro 2 360 leaked and portable gaming PCs compared

Google has been working to bring Valve’s Steam gaming client to Chromebooks for a few years, and it looks like the effort is, um… gaining momentum. A recent code pledge suggested we could see Chromebooks with the RGB keyboards often found in gaming laptops. And now the folks at 9to5Google …

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Steam Deck vs. ONEXPLAYER Mini: Which Pocket PC Has the Best Specs?

With the official release of the Steam Deck just days away, the lucky few who pre-ordered Valve’s new laptop when it launched last summer should be receiving their consoles. Valve isn’t the only manufacturer making laptops, though. The Chinese company One-Netbook already has a handheld ready for purchase in the …

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Penkesu Computer is a mini DIY laptop powered by a 2W Rasberry Pi Zero

The developer behind the open-source CutiePi tablet is aiming for the laptop space with a new DIY mini laptop. the Penkesu computer It features a 7.9-inch widescreen, 48-key ortholinear mechanical keyboard, and uses a 2W Raspberry Pi Zero as its brain. You can’t buy one yet, but you can find …

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The fifteen dollar Linux computer

Over the years we have seen many small computer boards of various capacities, many of which were powerful enough to be almost useful general purpose Linux computers. We’ve also seen more than a few computers that claimed the impossible, usually an amazing spec for a minimal price. Here for once …

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Nintendo won’t compete with Sony and Microsoft on acquisitions, says president

Nintendo is not going to compete with Microsoft and Sony on acquisitions, because that would not be a plus for the company. At the company’s last investor ReportNintendo president Shuntaro Furukawa commented on the ongoing acquisition race, saying that having a large number of people without Nintendo’s DNA wouldn’t be …

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This linux puppy is pretty picky

Hello everyone, I am ( leaning towards has been lately) a Windows user. I’ve been using it since Vista for personal use at home, not something professional (I don’t have any proper or prior knowledge of using computers, all I know is trying so many things that I can alone). …

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What happens to all Windows 10 devices incompatible with Windows 11 in 2025?

Microsoft released Windows 11 in late 2021 and shifted the development focus from Windows 10 to Windows 11. Customers with Windows 10 devices can upgrade to Windows 11 for free, but not all Windows 10 devices can. be upgraded because Microsoft has changed the requirements for the new operating system. …

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Valve Steam Deck Starts Shipping February 28 (Portable Gaming PC)

Valves steam bridge is a portable gaming computer with a 7-inch screen, an AMD processor with RDNA 2 graphics and integrated game controllers. First announced last summer, the Steam Deck is priced at $399+ and Valve has started taking reservations for July 2021. Now Valve has revealed that it will …

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Anbernic could be developing a portable Windows gaming PC

Anbernic is a Chinese company that makes handheld gaming devices, most of which are powered by Android or Linux software and designed for retro gaming. But it looks like the company is developing its first portable gaming PC running Windows. This could make the new device an option for gamers …

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ONEXPLAYER Mini 7 inch Portable Gaming PC is now available

The ONEXPLAYER Mini is a portable gaming PC with an Intel Core i7-1195G7 processor, 16 GB of RAM and at least 512 GB of storage. With a 7-inch, 1920 x 1200 pixel touchscreen IPS LCD screen surrounded by game controllers, it’s essentially a Windows-powered alternative to a Nintendo Switch. It’s …

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E INK Onyx Boox Mira 13.3-inch monitor review

[ad_1] The Onyx Boox Mira is a dedicated monitor with an E INK screen. It can be used as a primary monitor or a secondary monitor. It has an HDMI port on the monitor, which can be used to connect to your computer’s video card or to the video out …

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8 lightweight Linux distributions ideal for Intel Atom processor PCs

[ad_1] Intel’s Atom processor is a line of low-voltage microprocessors that first appeared in 2008. They power many ultra-portable devices, such as netbooks, net-tops and tablets. But the Atom, energy efficient, quickly showed its limits to stay in step with current software. That doesn’t mean you should let your Atom-powered …

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Compare the specifications of portable gaming PCs (Steam Deck, AYA Neo, GPD Win Max and Win 3, ONEXPLAYER and OneGx1 Pro)

[ad_1] Valve steam bridge GPD Win Max 2021 UNEXPLAYER AYA Neo AYA Neo Next GPD Win 3 A Gx1 Pro Display 7 inch 1280 x 800 pixels ACL 400 nits Touch screen 8 inch 1280 x 800 pixels ACL 500 nits Color gamut 90% DCI-P3 Touch screen 8.4 inch 2560 …

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What is CloudReady? Is this a viable alternative to Chrome OS?

[ad_1] CloudReady is becoming popular, especially among people with low-end hardware. So I decided to take a look and share my findings with you in this article. What is CloudReady? CloudReady is an operating system based on the open source Chromium OS code base from Google. Neverware, the organization behind …

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How to run Unetbootin on Debian 11 Bullseye

[ad_1] UNetbootin is an open source program to install on Windows, Linux, and macOS. It is intended for creating bootable USB drives using ISO images. Here we learn the commands to run UNetbootin on Debian 11 Bullseye. The “Universal Network Boot Installer”- Unetbootin for short – extracts ISO files and …

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The ONEXPLAYER 7 inch Portable Mini Gaming PC is smaller (but thicker) than the ONEXPLAYER 8.4 inch

[ad_1] The ONEXPLAYER line of portable gaming computers is growing. After launching the original model with an 8.4-inch display and an Intel Tiger Lake processor earlier this year, One Netbook followed with an AMD edition in November. The following ? the ONEXPLAYER Mini, which is a smaller model with an …

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When Dell Built a Netbook Using an X86 Modular System

[ad_1] Just like with touchscreen cell phones packed with innovative and sophisticated features that everyone overlooks, there are areas that laptop makers previously ventured into but dared not touch anymore. On Twitter, [Kiwa] talks about a fascinating attempt by Dell to manufacture laptops with user-replaceable CPU + RAM modules. In …

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One Netbook A1 Pro is an improved 7-inch mini laptop for IT professionals (First Look)

the An A1 Pro netbook is a mini laptop with a 7-inch, 1920 x 1200 pixel touchscreen, a 180-degree swivel hinge that lets you flip the screen and fold it over the keyboard for tablet-mode use, and a selection A decent amount of I/O includes full-size Ethernet and RS-232 serial …

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ONEXPLAYER 7 Inch Portable Mini Gaming PC Coming in January

the ONEXPLAYER Mini is a portable gaming computer with a 7-inch 1920 x 1200 pixel touchscreen, integrated game controllers, Intel Core i7-1195G7 processor with Intel Iris Xe graphics, 16GB RAM, up to 2TB storage semiconductor. This is the latest portable gaming computer from Chinese PC maker One Netbook, which released …

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ECS presents the Liva Z3 with Intel Jasper Lake processors

[ad_1] ecs liva z3 1000×600.jpg ECS has unveiled its new Liva Z3 mini-PCs, compact desktop computers, using low-power Intel Jasper Lake processors. ECS delivers the series in two versions, Liva Z3 and Liva Z3E. The former is the smallest with dimensions of 117 x 128 x 35mm, while the latter …

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MINISFORUM JB95, a compact and economical PC

[ad_1] minisforum jb95 1000×600.jpg MINISFORUM JB95 is another model that the Chinese firm has added to its range of mini-PCs. Extremely compact desktops that you can place anywhere on the desk or living room, with enough performance for basic computing tasks (at least) and with generally pretty contained prices. This …

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HPi95LX puts Linux in your palm

A few decades ago, handhelds were primarily based on MS-DOS, and while many users tried to emulate the UNIX experience, the results were mixed. Fast forward to the present and business card-sized Linux computer modules abound. canadian handyman [Rune Kyndal] decided to make his own Linux palmtop by sacrificing an …

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Where can you buy a preinstalled Linux laptop?

[ad_1] Linux has grown into a perfectly capable and easy-to-use operating system, but where can you actually buy a Linux laptop? You won’t find them in big box stores other than Chromebooks. Fortunately, this is less of a problem as more of us shop online. Now it’s just a matter …

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Guide: Install Linux on your PC

[ad_1] This tutorial is about Guide: Install Linux on your PC. We will do our best to make sure you understand this guide. I hope you will like this blog Guide: Install Linux on your PC. If your answer is yes, please share after reading this. Check out the guide: …

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How to fix “Widgets are not updating” issue on Android

[ad_1] This tutorial is for solving the “Widgets not updating” issue on Android. We will do our best to make sure you understand this guide. I hope you will like this blog How to fix “Widgets are not updating” issue on Android. If your answer is yes, please share it …

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What’s on your desk, Adi Robertson?

[ad_1] When you tend to collect items, it’s hard to create a litter-free space in which to work. It’s even more difficult when you have to do it on the fly because suddenly you are working at home rather than in the office. Adi Robertson, senior reporter for The edge, …

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One-Netbook tests its own AMD-powered handheld to challenge Steam Deck

Indiegogo startup One-Netbook is giving gamers a chance to try out its new AMD-powered portable gaming console called “OneXplayer AMD Edition”. According to a Tweet by @OnenetbookO (via Liliputing) gamers can sign up for a chance to get this new portable device from One-Netbook for the sole purpose of putting …

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One-Netbook is building a Steam Deck rival you can test before release

In short: With Steam Deck creating so many big titles, it was only a matter of time before we saw similar concepts emerge. Before Steam Deck, there were already some, like the Intel-based OneXplayer from One-Netbook. This same company is currently developing an AMD-based portable console that you will be …

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The return of the Turbo button • The Registry

[ad_1] Do you remember the days when desktop processors needed heat sinks? Are you tired of the constant flow of new computer technologies that never seem to make things easier? Intel has good news for you: it’s bringing back an old friend: the turbo button. Best of all, you won’t …

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Raspberry Pi tablet gets radio surgical upgrade

[ad_1] We are always excited when we buy a new tablet. But after a few months, it usually ends up at the bottom of a stack of papers on the credenza, the victim of not being as powerful as our desktops and not as convenient as our phones. However, if …

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How to install Windows 11 on the ONEXPLAYER portable gaming PC

[ad_1] The ONEXPLAYER is one of the most powerful portable gaming computers to date, supporting up to an Intel Core i7-1195G7 processor, 16 GB of RAM, up to 2 TB of storage and an 8 , 4 inches, 2560 x 1600 pixels. But the ONEXPLAYER originally came with Windows 10. …

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802.11g or 802.11n Wi-Fi Netbook?

[ad_1] By Joseph Moran July 08, 2009 All netbooks come with Wi-Fi, but not all Wi-Fi is created equal. We give you the wireless setup on the most popular brands of netbooks. Related Articles All netbooks come with Wi-Fi, but before you buy, take a closer look to see which …

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HP Mini 2140 – Wi-FiPlanet.com

[ad_1] By Eric Grevstad March 26, 2009 HP Mini 2140 $ 449Pros: 802.11a / b / g / draft-n Wi-Fi; Bluetooth; cheerful performances; top notch keyboard.Cons: awkward touchpad; small screen; more expensive than competitors in its class. A year ago, HP entered the netbook market. Well, stepped in. Well put …

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Four Favorite Netbooks – Wi-FiPlanet.com

[ad_1] By Jamie Bsales January 21, 2009 The class of ultraportable and affordable netbooks, on which Wi-Fi is generally standard, keeps improving. We recommend four of our favorites under $ 550 (even less, if you prefer Linux) from the second generation. In 2008, laptop sales topped desktop computer sales for …

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Chromebook myths live on because of articles like this

Like many of you, I set up a Google News alert to ping with new articles on Chromebooks and Chrome OS. And in the 3.5 years of writing this site, I’m delighted to see the volume of alerts continue to increase. Every once in a while though, I read the …

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Netbook Smackdown: XP, Windows 7 and Ubuntu face to face

[ad_1] By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes February 19, 2009 What’s the best operating system to use on new ultra-portable netbook systems? We used a Samsung NC10 netbook and three operating systems to find out. Related Articles What’s the best operating system to use on new ultra-portable netbook systems? I used a Samsung …

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Acer Aspire One – Wi-FiPlanet.com

[ad_1] By Eric Grevstad September 03, 2008 Windows XP and a 120GB hard drive give Acer’s compact 2.3-pound netbook PC an edge over Linux lightweight when it comes to adding software (although there is also a version Linux). The Atom-powered ultraportable also has an 8.9-inch display, near-full keyboard, cheaply ($ …

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