Screen touch from 11.6 “full HD IPS, NVIDIA Tegra 4CPUS, 2 GB of DDR3 RAM, 64 GBinternal memory expandable (with microSD up to 128 GB), two cameras, one in front and the other behind, from 5 megapixels each, with full HD video recording and 2 microphones for noise reduction; all powered by a battery from 8,100 mAh. This is Remix, a tablet landed yesterday on Kickstarter to hunt for funds, and that in a single day has already reached $100,000. But what’s so special?
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Let’s say it’s a little the Microsoft Surface , aesthetically at least, but not only. His idea is to be an Android tablet production, therefore suitable also to work as if it were a regular notebook, and it integrates the so called Remix OS, of which we spoke last summer. A customized version of Android that allows the running apps on window (multiwindow), which has specific actions associated with the right click and other accouterments “desktop-style”.
The amazing thing is the price: just $39 for the first bidders, which are now logically all sold out. Now starts at $349, which is still a fairly competitive figure (and that is already running out in turn), but certainly not as the initial one. The expedition also isn’t entirely comprehensive, but limited to USA, Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, and some European countries, with deliveries expected as early as next May. If you want to support the project, head on Kickstarter.