Remix Mini is an Android desktop PC for just $20. In January, we learned about Jade Remix Ultra tablet PC, designed a new Android device with the productivity in market. Shortly after the launch of a Kickstarter campaign of Tegra 4 price only $39. The offer was that the first supporters would get a substantial discount on the final price in exchange for help test the new device and its individual operating Android system.
Fast forward to today, Jade prepares for his remix OS on a new product category based on Android, with the creation of Mini Remix. The Mini Remix is (3.5 x 4.9 x 1 inches) and the concept of Google Chromebox in mind and very similar in size, though the Remix’s unique UI has upper hands from Chrome OS. What makes Remix OS stand out from a typical Android experience is the presence of features such as a bar-class, dedicated office tasks, high file manager, multiple tabs support and much more. In many ways, the end result is an operating system similar to Chrome OS, but with the full support of Android app and lot of other important features built in.
As for hardware of Remix Mini? Jade is in the goal of a much smaller range of experience this time by unidentified chip of 1.5 GHz quad-core with 1GB of RAM, 8 GB eMMC storage, FHD H.265 hardware decoder, Bluetooth 4.0 and HDMI 1.4. Jade Mini Remix should provide extremely affordable basic office experience for families and students on a budget, with a starting price of only $20 for Kickstarter supporters. End stores final price also have an aggressive low pricing with the expected price of less than $30.
For those who are with an old desktop PC, this might be a good opportunity to update your existing configuration, while the unit is in operation, such as keyboard, mouse and monitor. Kickstarter campaign for Mini Remix should go live soon.