The One Mix 2S Yoga launched the last month, but it has only just started to arrive at distributors. Surprisingly, this 7-inch mini-PC isn't a Lenovo product - it is made by a firm called 'One Netbook'. This 360 degree hinge portable mini-PC sequel is said to offer a big step up in performance compared to the Atom-based original version thanks to its Intel Core M3-8100Y processor.
Let us look at the basics of the One Mix 2S Yoga. The best way to do that is with a specs table or bullet point feature list, as below:
- Screen: 7-inch multi-touch IPS 16:10 panel with 1920 x 1200 pixels
- Processor: Intel Core M3-8100Y with 2C/4T 5W processor runs at up to 3.4GHz and offers Intel UHD Graphics 615
- Memory: 8GB DDR3 RAM, 256GB PCIe SSD, SD card expansion option
- I/O: 1x USB Type-C, 1x USB 3.0, Mini-HDMI, 3.5mm headphone
- Networking: 802.11a/ac/b/g/n Wi-Fi, 2.4/5GHz dual-band, Bluetooth: 4.0
- Physical: 182 x 110 x 17mm, 515g
- Battery: 6500mAh battery lasts up to 12 hours, PD fast charging via USB-C
- OS: Windows 10 Home
- Other: fingerprint reader, optional stylus, aluminium magnesium alloy build, 360 degree hinge
Liliputing's early tests
In its early tests of a review unit Liliputing found that the new One Mix 2S Yoga is improved over the original by its inclusion of a fingerprint sensor, the change from microUSB to USB Type C, changing from eMMC to SSD storage, and the upgrading of the CPU from an Atom x5-Z8350 (which was released in early 2016). Its tests revealed that the One Mix 2 Yoga outperforms the GPD Pocket 2 by most measures. We are asked to stay tuned for a full review of the system.
If you are interested in the One Mix 2S Yoga pocket laptop it is available at the usual far-east distributors such as Geekbuying, GearBest, and so on. The US ($629.99) price seems to convert to £535 but you may face a lengthy shipment time, extra customs duty payments, and concerns over warranties.