A Custom Desktop Version Of Android Could Make The Remix Mini PC A Proper Productivity Machine

We’ve seen many attempts at using Android as a desktop OS. Problem is, Android was designed with mobile in mind, making the Android desktop experience severely wanting in many areas. The Remix Mini Android PC hopes to change that, with a customized version of Android 5.0 Lollipop that’s been tailored to deliver a familiar desktop experience.

Called Remix OS, the Android variant running in the machine can launch, pretty much, any Android app in existence, all while endowing it with elements of desktop computing. We’re talking about multi-window interfaces, true multi-tasking, a handy taskbar, mouse and keyboard support, and other features familiar to desktop PC users, making it a genuinely useful productivity machine.

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