Editor in Chief
- Jan 5, 2011
We have to give these ex-Googler's credit, if you are going to create a blatant copy of a device, there are worse devices out there to pick than the Microsoft Surface. Several former employees of Google evidently have a start-up with the intention of bringing a unique marriage of ideas together to create a new Android tablet called the Remix.
The result obviously "apes" the Microsoft Surface, since the outer physical design and functionality are practically identical. Still, we can't fault them for what is actually a great idea. The Surface is a wonderful piece of tech, and it's intriguing to see it with Android instead of Windows. Here's the full breakdown of specs for this device:
- 11.6-inch display with 1920x1080 pixels resolution
- 1.8GHz Nvidia Tegra 4+1 A15 processor
- 2GB RAM
- 16GB/64GB flash storage options
- 5-megapixel camera on both the front and back
- Supports 2.4 and 5GHz 802.11 a/b/g/n
- Proprietary magnetic charging port
- Android 4.4.2 (customized)
- 8,100mAh battery
The pricing for the device is $449 for the 64GB version and $349 for the 16GB unit. It retail in China first, but will eventually come to the US and UK. Be sure to check out the video above for a better look!
What do you guys think of this intriguing new Android tablet?