Along with the Ledger Nano S, the Trezor One is one of the oldest and most reputable hardware wallets.
The Trezor One features PIN protection (similar to Ledger wallets), an in-built screen, USB connectivity and seed phrase recovery. These features are typical of most hardware wallets. It supports over 1,000 cryptocurrencies, has native support for ERC 20 tokens and uses push buttons to navigate and send transactions.
Relative to the Trezor Model T, the Trezor One is a cheaper option and comes with the same sophisticated security features, such as a password manager and U2F.