Remix Mini, the world’s first true Android PC, which was built to break down barriers to computing for people in emerging markets and throughout the continent is set to launch in Kenya in a few weeks.
Developed by Jide Technology which was founded in early 2014 by 3 ex-Google engineers to make productive Android computing accessible and affordable to people throughout the world, Remix Mini, the world’s first true Android PC last year and raised $1.6 million in funding on Kickstarter in 45 days, shipping almost 30,000 Mini PCs to 125+ countries, including Kenya.
Tawanda Michael Mahere, Emerging Markets Manager, Jide Technology said, “Over the last few months, we have set up retail channels in North American, Europe, Africa and Asia. We recently made the Mini available in South Africa and Nigeria and will soon launch it online in Kenya.”
The Mini runs Remix OS, a productivity-focused version of Android, also recently received the Best of MWC award from Android Authority at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The firm recently exhibitedat the international Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, CES 2016 and was named the Remix Mini one of the Best Gadgets of CES 2016.
Now set for a Kenya launch, the firm expects that the affordable Android PC, focused on productivity with access to the entire ecosystem of 2 million+ Android apps is the best for both individual consumers and entreprises.