ONE-NETBOOK OneXPlayer 2 Pro EVA Limited-Edition Model, AMD Ryzen 7 7840U processor

The ONE-NETBOOK has done it again with their latest product launch event, showcasing the highly anticipated OneXPlayer 2 Pro EVA limited-edition model. Packed with the latest AMD Ryzen 7 7840U processor, this 3-in-1 handheld device is a gamer’s dream come true. With Zen 4 architecture, 8 cores, and 16 threads, it boasts a maximum boost frequency of 5.1GHz, making it a powerhouse in the palm of your hand. The Radeon 780M integrated graphics card, using RDNA3 architecture, with a frequency of up to 2.7GHz, takes gaming to the next level. Plus, with LPDDR5X high-frequency memory and SSD with PCIe4.0*4 NVMe model, storage options are limitless, with up to 64GB and 4TB maximum capacity, respectively.

The OneXPlayer 2 Pro EVA limited-edition model is equipped with an 8.4-inch screen, with a 2.5K ultra-high-definition resolution and 118% sRGB high color gamut volume, ensuring that every detail pops. And with ten-point touch and 4096-level pressure-sensitive original handwriting capabilities, this device is perfect for artists and gamers alike.

The detachable controller design of the OneXPlayer 2 Pro EVA limited-edition model is a game-changer, literally. The ergonomic curve radius fits comfortably in your hand, allowing for extended gameplay without fatigue. The buttons adopt the classic XBox button staggered layout, with ALPS esports-level joysticks that have a height of 7.5mm and a tilt angle of 18 degrees. The self-developed algorithm of the OneXPlayer team ensures that the joystick has no inner circle dead zone, and calibration is a breeze.

Built-in Harman-certified stereo speakers, a 65.5Wh large-capacity fast-charging battery, and a 100W gallium nitride charger make this device perfect for on-the-go gaming. With a USB-C 4.0 interface, Micro SD 4.0 expansion port, USB-A 3.0 interface, and 3.5mm audio interface on the top, and a pogo pin interface for connecting a magnetic keyboard case and a USB-C 3.1 interface on the bottom, this device has it all.

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