Hands-on video of the final retail version of the One Mix Yoga ki

I’m a big fan of min-PCs, mainly due to the productivity benefits of a hard keyboard mixed with a full OS in pocketable size.

Given that Microsoft does not look set to deliver a foldable Windows 10 handset any time soon now may be a good time to look at other mini-PC alternatives.

We have posted about the One Mix Yoga before, and today Liliputting has posted another look at the final retail version of the 7-inch mini PC.

The One Mix Yoga features a 7 inch 1920 x 1200 touch screen with active pen, which features  2,048 pressure levels, 8 GB of RAM, 128 GB expandable storage, a large 6500mA battery (up to 12 hours battery life), 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WIFI and is powered by an Intel Cherry Trail x5-Z8350,Quad Core processor (probably the weakest point).

Like every other Yoga the screen can flip, turning the device into a thickish tablet. For more conventional work it features a backlit keyboard and infra-red mouse.

In terms of ports, it features a full-sized USB 3 port, USB C port, micro-USB for charging (which means any power bank can charge it), a micro-SD card slot, micro-HDMI and headphone jack.

See Lilliputings look at the handset below.

On sale for only $475.99 for a limited time, the device packs a lot of punch (and ports) for a really low price.

Find it at Geekbuying here.

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