How much "Workman" PC "ONE-Netbook A1 Pro" with serial port can be used "normal" (page 1/4)

 "One-netbook A1 Pro" (A1 Pro) is a 2in1-style mobile PC equipped with a 7-inch display of ONE-Netbook Technology in China.Like the previous manufacturer products, Tech One is handling Techwan as "ONE-Netbook A1 Pro-domestic version", and shipments have begun on January 28.The price is 162,800 yen for the upper model, 144,100 yen for the lower model (tax included, the same applies hereinafter).

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 Body design and body mechanism are almost the same as "One-netbook A1", which featured a Japanese-language keyboard-mounted model in Japan in October 2020.

 On the other hand, in the conventional model ONE-NetBook A1, the 8th generation Core processor "Core M3-8100Y" (2 cores 4 threads, 1).1GHz ~ 3.The CPU with 4GHz) was the 11th generation "Core i7-1160G7" (4 cores 8 threads, 2.1GHz ~ 4.4GHz) or "Core i5-1130G7" (4 cores 8 threads, 1.The standard and capacity of the system memory were enhanced from 8GB of DDR3 to 16GB of LPDDR4X from 8GHz to 4GHz).The battery drive time is about 6 hours.

 This is the first time that this is a review of PC USER, including One-netbook A1, so in addition to the power-up processing capacity, ultra-small, such as an interface with a keyboard and a "unique" configuration.Let's evaluate the potential as a PC.

 One-netbook A1 series is a common feature that has an liquid crystal display that supports 1920 x 1200 pixels for the 7-inch.In addition to being open and closed like a clam shell -style notebook PC, it can be used in a tablet style by turning the display by turning the display 180 degrees by turning the display 180 degrees.


 Recently, it has been less to see, but it is a style that was often used in the early 2in1 PC.This method is easier to hold a keyboard surface when a tablet style is made in a tablet style compared to a mechanism that opens the common display of 360 degrees to a tablet.

 On the other hand, the thickness of the body tends to increase and become heavier.In addition, it cannot be rotated unless the display is almost 90 degrees, and with A1 Pro, only right rotation is possible, and if it is forcibly damaged, it may be damaged.

 However, the aluminum alloy body is tight and has a high texture.


 In addition, the display size of the font has a large effect on the ultra -small PC, but the setting is troublesome.If you set it to the recommended (set by Windows side by the combination of the display size and the setting resolution) in the enlarged reduction setting, the size of the display font will be larger and it will be easier to see, but the display size around the Windows form will also increase.The usability of the screen becomes tight.On the other hand, if you set it to 100 %, the around Windows form will be spacious and easy to handle, but the display size of the font becomes smaller and difficult to see.

 Despite the subjective opinion, the impression that I actually changed the enlarged reduction setting and used it for about 3 weeks is that the screen is tight and usability at 175-200 %, and at 100 %, the fonts are small and my eyes are painful.。

 When the eyes were in good condition, 125 % could be recognized, but this was also stressed to read the letters for a long time, more specifically, over an hour.It was 150 % setting the letters for a long time, but it also feels narrow when trying to use multiple forms side by side.So it would be optimal to switch the form to the full screen and switch with Alt + Tab key.

 However, the above evaluation is inevitably "subjective".Therefore, for reference, while changing the enlarged reduction settings to 100-200 %, the one -character size of the font and the "notepad" displayed in the PC USER review in the Edge of the Web browser and the standard setting of "Msemon pad" (font = MS Gothic,I counted the number of characters per line and the number of lines per line when displaying the full screen in style = standard, size = 12 points).


 I want you to choose according to your eyesight and usability.

 Next, check around the keyboard.


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