|Processor||1.2 GHz ARM7500FE|
|RAM||2 GB SDRAM DDR3|
|Hard Drive||128 GB|
Jide Remix Mini 2GB RAM, 16GB Storage, True Android Desktop PC
|Price:||$59.99 & FREE Shipping. Details|
|You Save:||$10.00 (14%)|
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- 1.2GHz quad-core with 2GB RAM, 16 GB internal storage, Up to 128GB expandable storage
- Small, portable with stylish design and fully configured with remix os 2.0 (based on android 5.1)
- Created Kickstarter history with $1.6M plus in funding
- Technically supported by brand owner Jide Technology for additional support
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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.
Jide says that "most" USB mice and keyboards will work with the Remix, and I've found that is generally true, though my K750 Logitech Wireless doesn't work. All four mice I tried worked, two Bluetooth keyboard worked, and everything wired has worked. They suggest booting up with a wired mouse and keyboard available.
So what can you do with this thing, exactly?Read more ›
I have to say, I am so pleased with the operational ease I've found with Remix OS 2... I really didn't have to learn much to make this new Mini work like a charm. MS Windows... be afraid. There's no 30 year old bugs lying dormant in THIS OS. Works like a charm.
When I first received my units, I had problems with running Netflix... I contacted Jide and within hours I was informed they were working on a resolution and would have it operational within days... four days later I downloaded (updated) my OS to the lastest version and Netflix hasn't run on my old PC since. In fact, I'm so impressed with how quickly any issues are resolved... I almost feel like Jide is from another planet... THEY KNOW and SHOW what REAL customer support is. I am so glad they are now on Amazon... couldn't ask for a better marriage. Thank you Jide, thank you Amazon. Brent Eagleson, Ontario, Canada
First, the set-up and installation went smoothly. I attached it to my LG HDTV, using the very short HDMI cable provided. I used a Logitech K360/M510 wireless mouse and keyboard which I paired on my PC prior to using with the Mini. Initially, I connected to my router via ethernet. No problems. I first downloaded Firefox from the Google Play, then downloaded and installed an update (Settings>Update).
After restarting, there was no display signal. I tried the troubleshooting suggestions from the support website several times, switched to a different HDMI input, disconnected and reconnected everything from power to ethernet to wireless dongle. Finally, I was able to get the display back, so I began to use the Mini.
Further display problems have appeared. Sometimes on start-up, the display will be diagonal colored lines across the screen. I must shut down, unplug and re-plug power and HDMI, and restart. Other times, display will be okay for 20-30 minutes, then screen will go blank then “No Signal” from my TV.
Other times, scrolling up or down within an app will cause the “no signal” message. Panning in Google Maps causes the signal to cut out, but the signal will resume in 20-30 seconds. Still other times, switching from one app to another will cause the signal to stop. Also, at times the display will start to develop “static” and diagonal lines on the screen, becoming worse and worse until shut down. In each case, shut down, unplug, restart restores the signal.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Have been using my Remix Mini for the past couple months and it works great as a second computer in my office that I use primarily for streaming, email and other light tasks. Read morePublished 16 hours ago by Andy Gradel
I love this little guy. I keep it in my travel bag with a keyboard/mouse device and it's so easy to connect it and have a desktop where ever i go. RecommendPublished 2 days ago by James Beckman
While not perfect the mini was a nicr device for the money - until Jide dropped google mobile services support.
That was the whole reason I and many others bought it. Read more
It does work a little like a computer and a little like a phone. But because you use a mouse, all of the apps that depend on multiple fingers to control them are almost unusable. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Ebrakespin
I use this device as a steamer and to run light emulators and Minecraft(PE of course). I don't know if I got the defective model but mine won't connect to wifi at all. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rabnud Species
Terrible hardware,didn't last very long and never worked fine.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Bought via KickStarter, and it worked -- mostly.
It could've been a contender -- a full Android computer, add a $20 wireless keyboard/touchpad from Walmart, just plug... Read more
For my needs, 5 stars. We can talk to friends in other countries and surf the web. Plus we can play games.Published 2 months ago by William B. Greer