Jide’s Remix Mini is an Android-based PC with a heavy custom skin that brings over features that are typical with desktop operating systems like Windows, OS X, and Chrome OS. This includes:
- Multitasking – having more than one app open in a window
- Resizing windows – maximize, minimize, and resize apps within windows
- Traditional file system built-in – explore the onboard storage, which is 16 GB of eMMC flash storage, and delete/copy/cut/paste files, drag and drop
- Settings menu similar to Windows 10 and OS X – allowing access to system updates, connectivity options, display, and so on
The box itself is tiny, and the top is a capacitive button used to turn on the device, as well as to turn it off or put it to sleep – the latter two can also be done through the OS, too. It has two USB ports, HDMI, ethernet, a micro-SD card slot, and a headphone jack all in the rear of the device.
Powering the device is an Allwinner A53 SoC, which is a 64-bit processor running at 1.2 GHz with a built-in GPU. It has 2 GB of RAM, and 16 GB of eMMC flash storage, expandable via micro-SD.
Remix Mini is a tiny PC. It gives you a PC experience unlike anything on Android and an Android experience unlike anything on a PC. Plug any display in your Remix Mini. Turn it on. What you do next is up to you. Powered by Remix OS (based on Android 5.1), Remix Mini allows you to work and play with the entire Android app ecosystem while taking full advantage of intuitive PC features such as a taskbar, full multiple window multi-tasking, mouse and keyboard support, and so much more. Featuring a multitude of ports, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth, make Remix Mini the centerpiece to your ever-connected world and embrace PC and Android computing together like never before.