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Remix OS as consumers know it is dead, with Jide Technology no longer planning any new hardware releases, even refunding all Remix IO pledges.
So, forget the whole MWC 2017 thing, let's just do a whole podcast on Snapchat Spectacles, LTE-U and Android Pocky. How's about that?
Jide, the company behind a desktop interface for Android, has come up with a way not to invest in a dedicated computer for said interface.
The Android Nougat-powered Remix IO is more than a 4K-supporting Remix Mini sequel, blending set-top box, console and PC functionality.
And the virtual machine can do windowed Android apps, mind you. Best part of this is that the program is free to download and use.
Multi-window Android is back on a new hardware release from Jide. The Remix Pro brings a Qualcomm processor and, oh yeah, a keyboard.
Jide, the company that made Remix OS and the Remix Mini, said that Google couldn't get some of its Android apps to work properly.
Learn how you can get a polished multi-window Android experience on your tablet with these Remix OS 2.0 Nexus ROMs.
Discover what improvements to look for in the new Remix OS beta, bringing Android to PC hardware starting next week.
Learn how you can get the Remix OS for PC alpha on your spare PC right now, giving you a functional multi-window Android interface.
Got a spare PC lying around and want to check out some multi-window Android action? You're going to want to download the new Remix OS for PC release.
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It’s not like Continuum where you plug in your phone and get a quasi-desktop experience. And then there’s the lack of practicality of an stationary Android-based console. But there’s more than a je ne sais quoi to the Remix Mini that had a whole crowd fund it to over 30 times the original goal pot of $50,000.
Jide, a Chinese company that already has an “ultra-tablet” out, has put up a $70 personal computer on Amazon that runs Android. It’s more low-end proof of concept than anything else, though: there’s a 64-bit quad-core 1.2GHz [...]
From the Lambo Phone to the webOS smartwatch, check out our list of misses from CES 2015 – and let us know which one you want us to catch up on first!
Does this Android-powered Remix tablet come too close to Microsoft's Surface design language?