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Former Google engineers make computers with clones “Microsoft Surf”
The three former Google engineers have produced Tablet computer reproduces the “Surf” Surface to be the latest in a series of devices that the computer’s Microsoft’s inspiring her.
Both Jeremy Zhou, David Kuo, Ben Luc, who worked on the products, including maps, “Google Maps”, and search services, and serve ads “Google Ad slated” with Google’s service, have found the past year start-carry “Jedi” Jide specializes in the production of what combines laptops and tablets.
The team produced a computer to Ouhaa carries the name “Ultra Remix – Tablet” Remix Ultra-Tablet with a keyboard connects magnetically, in addition to the armrest make it seem like a computer tablet Surf.
Works “remix Ultra-Tablet” modified copy of version 4.4.2 “Kit Kat” of the Android operating system, called the company team “Jedi” name “Remix OS” Remix OS It brings in terms of design between version 5.0 “Lollipop” from Android system interface “Metro” Microsoft’s own.
On the software side, the device features that resemble the way it works in the Windows operating system on desktop system, where there is a bar to show the functions of the applications that are open even though it runs in the background, making it easier recalled.
And supports “Remix OS” feature multiple windows, and users can click on a company that appears at the bottom right of the screen to turn the style application between full screen or a small window display make the application icon looks like running on a smartphone.
With respect to the Computer “remix Ultra-Tablet” specifications, it offers IPS screen measuring 11.6 inches and accurately 1,920 × 1,080 pixels, and RAM of 2 GB internal memory with a capacity of 16 or 64 GB expandable up to 128 GB using external memory cards of the type ” Micro SD “microSD, in addition to the processor from NVIDIA production company.
The company plans to “Jedi” introduction of the new her computer tablet “remix Ultra-Tablet” initially in the Chinese market, to be up to the United States and the United Kingdom during the second or third quarters of this year.
The company plans to put the device in the United States at $ 449 for the 64 GB model, while the 16 GB model will go for $ 349, and in addition to that, the “Remix Ultra-Tablet” will be available in black red and silver.Viewing:-231
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