You might be wondering what the Remix Mini is. No, it’s not a ‘mini remix’ by legendary singer, Tubaba.
The Remix Mini is a device that has been described as the world’s first true Android PC. And for good reasons!
It allows you to work and play with the entire Android app ecosystem while taking full advantage of intuitive PC features such as taskbar, mouse and keyboard support, multitasking multi-windows and so much more.
That’s amazing right?
The device is able to behave like a PC and all what-not because it runs the Remix OS, a custom engineered version of Android Lollipop.
On Monday next week, it will sell for NGN7,999. On Tuesday, you will buy it for NGN10,999 while on Wednesday, it will sell for NGN14,999.
After this massively discounted sale, the device will sell for a limited promotional price of NGN16,999 on Konga, Nigeria’s biggest shopping mall. Its final retail price will be NGN29,999.
Check out this YouTube video and specs to find reasons to purchase the device. And if your salary doesn’t make room for impromptu purchases, you can lend some money on PayLater, and of course pay later!
The company behind the Remix Mini and the Remix OS is Jide Technology (it has no connection with the Yoruba name), a company founded by Jeremy Chau, Ben Luk and David Ko – all ex-google engineers.
I need to chip this in: The Jide Technology team were present at the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). At the event, the company unveiled TECNO mini PCs running the Remix OS 2.0. These tablets would be launching in Nigeria and across Africa soon.