Remix Mini is the new android powered desktop which cots just a few dollars and also comes in the pocket size form factor. If one can just go back to January 2015, there was a similar product from Jade Ultra remix tablet which was designed to deliver android in smaller form factor and was launched on Kickstarter platform which came with the Tegra 4 processor and costed a mere $39 for the early backers. This device is more productive than android and also UI is built to scale even for the larger displays than smartphones and tablets.
Specs and Features:
Now, a new product category evolves all together as Android based remix OS is loaded in the mini pocket desktop device which has the dimensions of 4.9 x 3.5 x 1-inches and offers similar to the same specs as that of the Google’s Chromebox but this one comes with the Remix’s unique UI. With a dedicated taskbar, multiple window support, built in file manager and more features which are otherwise not available in the Google Chrome OS. This Remix OS also comes with the full android app support which makes this one of the sort of the choice when it comes to full computing experience.
The remix OS comes with the 8GB of internal memory along with the 1.5Ghz of processor and not to forget the H.265 FHD hardware decoder along with HDMI 1.4 slot and Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity options. We have also summed up the detailed list of specs and features below;
1.5Ghz Quad Core Processor,
4.9in x 3.5in x 1in,
H.265 FHD Hardware decoder GPU,
1GB RAM and 8GB of internal memory,
WiFi, Bluetooth 4.0,
HDMI 1.4 and Ethernet connectivity options
Price and Availability:
Remix mini will be available for early backers on Kickstarter for $20, while the retail price may be around $30.