Allwinner presents their latest ARM Powered Laptop platform, the Azpen Hybrx is a 11.6’’ laptop powered by Allwinner A64, 64bit Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53, runs Android 5.1 Lollipop and Remix OS 2.0, it comes in 2 versions 1GB RAM+16GB Flash and 2GB RAM+32GB Flash. Azpen Hybrx was crowdfunded successfully on Kickstarter starting at only $69, with mass production and shipping to happen now and towards September/November.
MegooPad A02 is a HDMI stick powered by Allwinner A83T Octa-core ARM Cortex-A7 and PowerVR SGX544MP1 GPU, runs Remix OS 2.0, it comes with 2 version, 1GB RAM, 16GB Flash and 2GB RAM, 32GB Flash, with Micro SD card reader support up to 128GB, , with 802.11b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, support 1080P high definition video decoding and output, early bird price from $39 on Indiegogo now.
AOC is a major monitor display manufacturer, they are partnering with Jide to sell the AmLogic S905 quad-core 64bit ARM Cortex-A53 based All-in-one PC, the price will be "not much more than the regular price of the monitor itself". It includes 4 USB ports, HDMI, Gigabit Ethernet, Audio mini-jack input and output. The HDMI port is an input so one can use the monitor to run any external PC or Set-top-box. There is a switch button on the back to go back and forward between the HDMI input and the built-in Remix OS experience. This is an interview with Ben, one of the co-founders of Jide, about this product and about the actual status of Remix OS in the industry and how Jide is striving to be at the forefront of using Android for productivity.
The world's most affordable usable Laptop. It's ARM Powered, it runs Remix OS 2.0 on Allwinner A64 quad-core ARM Cortex-A53, with an ARM Mali400MP2 GPU, with a decent 11.6" 1366x768 display, a good keyboard and a basic mousepad (better mousepad option can be used), 1GB RAM and 8GB Flash, with 2GB RAM and more Flash options also possible. The price for this laptop can be as low as $79 to $99 if mass produced in huge volumes in the weeks/months to come, depending on the 1GB or 2GB RAM and depending on the installed Flash storage capacity (8GB, 16GB or 32GB), depending on the installed battery capacity/quality (battery life) and depending on the mousepad quality. There is also an about $20 higher priced 14.1" Allwinner A64 Remix OS 2.0 Laptop alternative available. The price totally depends on which distributor takes this platform and distribute it where and what profit margins they decide to take. If the demand is high, this Allwinner A64 Remix OS Laptop will be fully funded on crowdfunding platforms, then available in all retail stores and available as an impulse buy at supermarkets around the world. This, I think, is the big chance for Allwinner to make their A64 processor super popular. Also they have a nice open mold design 2-in-1 Laptop Tablet convertible design that should be bulk priced also below $99 with an 11.6" IPS touch screen, and also a decent keyboard and mousepad. The Remix OS team has already provided very stable support with many over-the-air updates on the 64bit Allwinner A64 platform as it's used in the very popular crowdfunded and mass produced Remix Mini which I previously filmed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNAHH3EpO_w
Sunchip shows their Box with Remix OS on Amlogic S905 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53, with 1GB RAM, 2GB RAM optional, 8GB Flash, comes with 3*USB, SD card reader, WiFi, Lan, HDMI. Support 4K H.265 decoding, bulk price from $35 for 1000pcs order, mass production ready now.
You can contact Sunchip here:
Kobe Chen, Sales Manager
Mobile: +86 13751103656
Phone: +86 755 26733959
Launching now on Indiegogo http://igg.me/at/unuiga it's a 64bit Amlogic S905 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 with Mali-450 MP5 GPU, runs Remix OS 2.0 Android for productivity, with two options:
$30 Unuiga S905: 1GB RAM, 16GB Flash, 802.11n Wi-Fi
$45 Unuiga S905+: 2GB RAM, 32GB Flash, 802.11ac Wi-Fi
Early birds, first 100 orders get $5 discount. Add to that Shipping price and you may have to pay import duty when receiving the package, depending on which country you receive it at, it's shipped worldwide from Shenzhen, China. Read more at http://igg.me/at/unuiga
Read more and order one at http://igg.me/at/unuiga
Remix OS is shown here running super smoothly on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 Octa-core quad ARM Cortex-A57 and quad ARM Cortex-A53, here on a tablet reference.
With $1.6 Million successful Kickstarter funding, shipping to their backers within weeks, Jide shows Remix Mini, a 64bit ARM Desktop PC TV Box! It's real, I am publishing this video using a review sample of it (let me know in the comments what I should test in my review video!) They sold some at $40 to their early backers on Kickstarter, in total 21 thousand people have ordered it. The Remix team is based in Beijing, they have worked on a beautiful and amazing Desktop-like UI for Android, it really feels like a Desktop computer. Remix Mini supports every Android app. Apps open in windows in the UI, some apps open by default in full screen but mostly can be set to only open as a window (right click on app and change app to open in window). Remix Mini ships with Allwinner's new 64bit ARMv8 Quad-core ARM Cortex-A53 capable of playing back HEVC H265 in 4K. This is the beginning of Android being used for productivity!
Allwinner shows Remix OS Ultratablet at IFA 2015 running on their Allwinner A83 Octa-core ARM Cortex-A7, 11.6" full HD display, full QWERTY keyboard dock, with 2 USB ports, running the Modified Android 5.1 Remix OS with productivity-optimized windowing and multi-tasking functions to use as a tablet for entertainment and also for work as laptop. Allwinner demonstrates this form factor with apps to support any Microsoft office documents and multiple window tasks with full QWERTY keyboard. This may be the most affordable 2-in-1 platform ready for mass production.
Remix Android presented on this Jide 11.6” tablet that was launched on Kickstarter. Remix presents a multi-window UI and they say firmware-level changes to Android for combining tablet apps with productivity features for the Android convertible. Jide Remix is being made by a large software team in Beijing headed by 3 ex-Googlers and it is being manufactured by Foxconn. For now it's Nvidia Tegra4 based, and they are designing a next generation with a faster ARM processor and with a design that doesn't look as similar to a Microsoft Surface tablet.