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Chinese company is working on mini PC Android apps that costs thirty dollars
Chinese developers earlier this year releasing a Surface Clone for Android apps, now come with a mini PC with support for Google’s mobile operating system. They have largely picked up the necessary capital this month through Kickstarter.
The mini-computer, the Mini Remix , went for about twenty dollars in sales via Kickstarter, but is now available for thirty dollars. The creators were hoping for a starting capital of $ 50,000 and they achieved with ease. At the time of writing, they have picked up nearly a million dollars. That equates to more than 911,000 euros.
The Remix Mini is 3.5 by 4.9 by 1.0 centimeters in size and features a quad-core processor with a Cortex-A53 core at 1.2 GHz. The mini-PC is available in two models: one with 8GB and 16GB storage memory. The two variants are further respectively 1GB or 2GB of RAM onboard.
The Mini has two USB 2.0 ports, an HDMI 1.4 port, an Ethernet port and an audio jack for plugging in earphones example. The computer according to the creators of the standard H265 codec, making playback, the user can include 4K videos.
The minicomputer, with a touch-sensitive button is on and off, running on the proprietary Remix OS, which also Android apps to run. Remix OS includes a custom file manager, an email client and calendar optimized for large screens.
The creators of the Mini Remix, former Google employees, are not unknown. She came earlier this year with a tablet that is reminiscent of Microsoft’s Surface tablet, the Remix. They spent the tablet under their company name Jide.
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