One Netbook 4S, an extra versatile and good performing laptop

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On this occasion we will analyze the One Netbook 4Sa laptop from One Netbooka brand that you may have heard of indirectly, since it is the same company responsible for portable consoles such as the OneXPlayer Mini Pro.

Be that as it may, the company has presented the successor to the One Netbook 4, also known as One Mix 4. This new model recovers that versatile convertible design with a 10.1-inch screen, but obviously with some improvements to the hardware and software of the device. If you are interested in knowing it in detail, you have come to the right place.

Technical characteristics of the One Netbook 4S

Dimensions 227mm x 157.3mm x 11-17mm
Weight 770 grams
Colors Black
Screen technology LTPS, 60Hz
Dimension 10.1 inches
Resolution 2,560 x 1,600 pixels, 300
Multitouch Yeah
CPU Intel Core 12th series i3-1210U
GPU Intel iRiS*Xe Graphics
Ability 512TB Nvme PCIe
memory card device Yeah
Optical unit No
Version Windows 11
Wifi Intel Wi-Fi 5
Bluetooth Yes, 5.0
Connection ports
  • USB 4.0 Type-C port
  • USB 3.2 type-C
  • USB 3.0 type-C
  • 3.5mm headphone jack
Video connectors USB-C with Thunderbolt 4
Battery 10,000mAh
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Design and screen

The One Netbook 4S is not just any Netbook that we can find on the market, it enters a niche where there is little competition, so it has its charm. And with that niche we mean that of the 10-inch convertible PCswhere it is emerging as a solid contender.

Needless to say, it is extremely compact and light. To be specific, measures 227mm x 157.3mm x 11-17mm and it doesn’t even weigh a kilogram (770 grams).

One Netbook 4S

As we already said, it is a convertible PC, and this means that We can use it as a tablet, a conventional laptop and even in tent mode thanks to its 360° hinge. Regarding the workmanship and quality of the device, it exhibits an aluminum chassis with a matte black finish.

This laptop has a backlit keyboard which suffers from the same evil that afflicts all Netbooks, being too small for some people. It is also worth noting that the power button has a fingerprint reader for biometric recognition.

One Netbook 4S - Keyboard

In another order of ideas, its small size has not stopped the manufacturer from providing the device with a adjustable speed fan to keep temperatures under control.

Then there is the issue of the screen, which is a excellent 10.1-inch LTPS panel with 16.10 aspect ratio and 2.5K resolution of 2,560 x 1,600 pixels. In addition to providing a super sharp image with full coverage of the sRGB color space, it is tactile and takes advantage of 90% of the surface where it is installed, not to mention that it supports digital pens with 2048 pressure levels, which comes from pearl to artists.

One Netbook 4S - Screen

However, that last one comes with a price, and that is that no space left for a webcam.

Performance and features

The One Netbook 4S is equipped with a Intel Core i3-1210U processor with 6 cores and 8 threads that works up to a frequency of 4.4Ghz, and is supported by integrated Intel iRis Xe graphics and by 16GB of LPRDDR5 RAMto which we must add 512GB of Nvme PCIe storage.

One Netbook 4S - CPU

In general terms, it is a correct device for day-to-day programs and applications, being recommended for teleworking and studying, as well as for consuming multimedia content. It can also handle some older games and indie titles with ease, but it’s obviously not a gaming laptop.

The equipment is powered by a 10,000mAh battery that promises up to 8 hours of video playback local, but the truth of the matter is that it is closer to 6 hours than the stipulated figure.


In terms of software it comes with Windows 11 (licensed) as an operating system and its form factor is not an impediment to installing any other operating system.


In terms of interfaces, the One Netbook 4S has a USB-C 4.0 port compatible with external GPUs, video output and 45W fast charging. There are another pair of USB-C ports present, but they are version 3.2 and 3.0.


Despite its small size, the manufacturer has not forgotten to include a 3.5mm audio jack for headphones/speakers, nor did it overlook equipping it with a memory card slot. At the wireless level it consists of Wi-Fi 5 and Bluetooth 5.0the usual.

One Netbook 4S vs One Netbook 4

The One Netbook 4S at first glance is the same Netbook 4, but with an Intel Alder Lake-U series processor instead of the Tiger Lake ones. In this sensethe original model uses the Intel Core i5-1130G7 CPUwhile the new model makes do with an i3-1210U, so we can expect a similar level of performance on the CPU side along with better energy efficiency, but in exchange for lower GPU performance.

One Netbook 4

One Netbook 4

In addition, The Netbook 4S is only available with 16GB+512GB, while with the standard model we could find configurations with 8GB of RAM and up to 1TB of storage. It should also be noted that the 4S comes with Windows 11 out of the box instead of Windows 10.

With all that saidthe One Netbook 4S ends up emerging as the more affordable option of the two by a substantial margin, and that in exchange for very small sacrifices, while maintaining the design and screen that make the original model special.

Be that as it may, both are good options and choosing between one or the other is at the discretion of the buyer and their budget.

Availability and price of the One Netbook 4S

Those interested in the One Netbook 4S will be able to purchase it via with European shipping, but you can also find available on AliExpress for a competitive price. Likewise, the original One Netbook 4 is for sale on for those looking for the version with the best performance.


  • Exceptionally portable and versatile
  • Supports digital pen
  • Good performance for its size
  • Fast charge


  • Does not have webcam
  • Low quality mono speaker
  • a little expensive

Total score

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