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OneXPlayer X1 Review: Is This The Legion Go Killer?

Big news today! In this post, I'm excited to share my first impressions and review of the OneXPlayer X1 player, a three-in-one device that promises to deliver an impressive gaming experience, productivity, and multimedia capabilities. Let's take a closer look at some of its features.

The unboxing experience was impressive, as the bundle included a lot of stuff. Particularly, the keyboard, cover, and magnetic kickstand were solid additions that made the device more functional. The device itself felt super premium, and the screen was large and immersive, making it perfect for gaming and multimedia purposes.

One of the most significant pros of the device is its versatility as a three-in-one device. It is possible to use it as a laptop, detach the keyboard and use it as a tablet, or attach the controllers and use it for gaming. This feature makes it a perfect device for those who need a portable device that can handle various tasks.

The screen is perfect for gaming and multimedia purposes, thanks to its 2K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. It's also an great laptop for productivity and working on Excel sheets or documents. The front camera's face recognition is another impressive feature that allows for easy access to the device.

However, there were some cons to the device. The left controller seemed to be sort of wobbly, and it was obvious that lots of people were having the same issue. Another issue was the device's strange use of Intel, which is definitely not yet ready for gaming. Several games had issues, and it was not getting the performance and love that one would expect from a gaming device.

One of the most significant cons was the lack of support for the device. The tutorials and guides available were limited and often frustrating to follow. It was challenging to figure things out on my own, and I had to reach out to others for help.

The takeaway here is that the OneXPlayer X1 is a fairly versatile device that is perfect for those who need a portable device that can handle various tasks, yet if you're primarily looking for a gaming device I would advise staying away from it as the cons outweigh the pros for now. The device needs a lot of work to catch up to what other devices are doing, and the price point is actually kind of high. There are other options available that may provide a better experience for gaming for now, but we'll keep you posted.


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