Remix Mini: A sleek Android mini PC for $20

Jide Tech will start shipping the device globally in October 2015


Khurram Siddiqui August 22, 2015
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Fans of Android of mini PCs now have something to look forward to: the Remix Mini Android mini PC -- which combines the best of both the worlds at an unbelievable price .

On the KickStarter page set up by Jide Tech, the company behind the product, 19,300 people have pledged more than $1,428,000. The company’s original goal was to raise just $50,000.

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“Remix Mini is a tiny PC,” the description reads. “It gives you a PC experience unlike anything on Android and an Android experience unlike anything on a PC.”

On Jide Tech’s website, the device is billed as “The world’s first true Android PC”.

PHOTO: JIDE TECH

Powered by Jide Tech’s Android-based Remix OS, the Remix Mini allows you to “work and play with the entire Android app ecosystem” while giving users the features they’ve come to expect from a PC, such as multiple window multi-tasking, a taskbar, and keyboard and mouse support.

According to the Kickstarter page, the company will start shipping the device globally in October 2015.

PHOTO: JIDE TECH

Specs

The Remix Mini comes in a 1GB RAM and 8GB memory storage version, and a 2GB RAM and 16GB memory storage version. Both are powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core processor and sport WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, 2 USB ports, an Ethernet port, an HDMI port, a 3.5mm headphone socket.

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The Remix Mini, which looks more like a WiFi router, is only 2.6cm in thickness, 12.4cm in length and 8.8cm in width. It will come with 90 days of support and a one-year limited warranty, according to the website, while the box would also contain a Power cord and an HDMI cable.

The team

Jide Tech is founded by three ex-Google engineers Jeremy Chau, David Ko and Ben Luk.

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"We want to make tools for people to create & communicate, and then watch them being used in innovative ways we never imagined," Chau who in the past worked as a software engineer at Google writes on the Kickstarter page.

"Be a part of our community," Luk adds on the page. "Engage with us and Remix will reflect your ideas and what you need from your personal computing."

COMMENTS (2)

Marek | 7 years ago | Reply 20 $ price is not true - now it is 69,99 $ (three times more).
Ismail | 7 years ago | Reply from where can i place the order.
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