Remix Mini – The World’s First True Android PC

/ 2 years ago


Remix Mini is a tiny PC that gives you a PC experience unlike anything on android and Android experience unlike anything on a PC, the device is powered by the Remix OS the device allows users to work and play with the entire Android app ecosystem while taking full advantage of intuitive PC features that allows windows multi-tasking and mouse and keyboard support.

A very unique feature is the devices capacitive power button unlike any kind PC rather than an awkwardly feeling around the back panel for the elusive power button you just gently tap the head of the device and within seconds the device will begin to start working and surfing the internet as you would with any other computer.

The device is powered by the latest 64-bit chipset and can deliver up to 20-30% better performance than it’s 32-bit counterparts, and at the core of what makes this device so special is actually what Remix Mini doesn’t need you to do and that is installing the right bit version ever again.d1ff03e4bc1c505eb3188947938f9636_original

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The typical desktop computer clocks in at anywhere between 65 to 250 watts. Remix Mini gives you the same power of desktop computing at a mere 10 watts. By simply leveraging already existing power efficiencies found in mobile CPU architectures, Remix Mini is able to save you so much more in power without sacrificing anything in performance.

The device looks very promising in what it offers for the small size! check out the kick starter page Remix Mini

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One Response to “Remix Mini – The World’s First True Android PC”
  1. ET3D says:

    Thanks for the heads up. I threw $1 their way just to show support.

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