4 inch display surrounded by game controllers, and it has the kind of buttons that you would normally expect, including analog sticks that are clicky and relatively well sized and responsive We’Ve got a d pad here x y and a and b buttons and shoulder buttons, including these linear, triggers pressure, sensitive and clicky, l1 and l2 keys, but there’s also some other buttons that i wanted to show you that um one two, three four five and a Couple on the back as well, that adds some extra functionality, so we’ve got the power button, mute volume, up volume down and so let’s talk about what these extra keys are good for. So first i’m going to go ahead and press the power button just to resume from sleep here log in with a fingerprint and then let’s start down here in the bottom corner. So i can bring up a on screen keyboard with a single press of the keyboard. Key where i can long press it to enable mouse mode. So now, instead of acting as game controllers, i can move the mouse cursor. I can click with an a or i can right click with a b. So it makes navigation relatively simple, without necessarily using the touchscreen or plug in controller of any sort. The turbo key, which is right below it lets us do something interesting, which is, if you take a look here at the power limits, you’ll notice that this computer is set.

It has an intel core: i7 1165, g7 processor it’s, set to a 21 or a 20 watt, uh pl1 power limit and 35 watts for pl2 power limit. I press turbo it lights up here and it changes to 28 watts and 40 watts, and that gives you a little extra boost of power and performance when you’re playing games or doing other things that require a little extra horsepower uh. It might eat into your battery life a little bit though, so you want to sort of use it judiciously. Just when you need it. Um other keys, we’ve got a start button, a back button and a home or desktop key, and what these allow you to do, for instance, is return to the desktop from any full screen game and then, of course, i can use that uh mouse mode or touch Screen to go right back into the game and return to the desktop um let’s unmute. Just so you quickly that the other keys do pretty much what you expect them to, including the start key and the select key or back key let’s, go back to the desktop here, switch back to this mode and show you a couple of other things. You can do which include press and hold the home key and the turbo key to take a screenshot which will be saved in your. I think, it’s your documents, folder, might be your pictures folder. I can press and hold the home or desktop key again to access xbox, and i can press it and the keyboard key to go to the task manager.

So this allows you to sort of do a lot of things again without plugging in a keyboard uh. One other key combination that you can do is home and volume up, and what that lets you do is access the boot menu or boot settings menu. So when you’re rebooting, you wait until you see the splash screen, you press the home key and the up key and again without plugging. In anything. Now i can boot from usb flash drive. I can enter the uh setup for the bios uefi settings, for instance, or i can go to the uefi shell and to navigate this time. We use the d pad to go up and down or left and right and the start key for select so from here. I could change my boot priority or a couple of other things so that’s it that’s a look at the different keys and how you can use them. It takes a little while to sort of memorize some of these functions, and i keep forgetting, for instance, that i can get to the task manager but uh once you’re used to it. It again makes this just pretty easy to navigate without necessarily having to plug anything. In so that’s the one x player a button overview stay tuned to lillapeutin.com for more details about this handheld gaming computer or check out our youtube channel for other videos.

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