The Onenuts T1 is one of the most unique devices I’ve ever seen. Whilst we’ve seen hybrid PC/tablet devices such as the PiPO X9S, the unfortunately named Onenuts device is something else – fusing together a PC, tablet and projector.
The Onenuts T1 is powered by the quadcore Intel X5-Z8300 and runs Windows 10 on its integrated 8-inch 1280×800 pixel IPS touchscreen. An integrated 4,850mAh battery lets you use it on the go.
If you want to use it as a normal PC, you can hook it up to a monitor via HDMI with all the ports you’d expect.
However, for those of you who want a bigger image, the Onenuts T1 also packs in a projector with a 1280×720 pixel resolution. The company claims that you’ll be able to get a 150-inch image out of it but you’ll likely need a dark environment as it’s only rated for 220 lumens of brightness.
The rest of the specifications are pretty typical of other Intel X5-Z8300 devices. The projector features 2GB of DDR3 RAM, 32GB of eMMC storage, wireless AC, Ethernet and Bluetooth 4.0.
Inside the box, you’ll get a the Onenuts T1 tablet, power adapter, and IR remote.
Where to Buy the Onenuts T1
The Onenuts T1 is only available to distributors currently, though you can contact Tomato for more information.