Now here is a tablet that can turn out to be the best friend of music buffs – the Indamixx 2. Well, the name of the tablet itself carries a bit of the story as it rhymes both with ‘music’ and ‘mix’ as the tablet will not only allow users to enjoy music but to also do some mix-n-match sort of thing with music as well.
Coming to the tablet, the most interesting aspect with the Indamixx 2 is its operating system – Transmission 5.0, which is basically a music oriented OS that itself has been built around MeeGo. Makers of the tablet justified the use of MeeGo on the basis of the latter’s excellent support for multitouch input. Also, with MeeGo in the scene, anyone who’d like to put the tablet to more conventional uses won’t have anything to complain considering the almost endless opportunities that the OS can present with.
The under the hood story of the Indamixx is made up of an 1.66GHz Intel single-core Atom N450 processor though the final version of tablet may be endowed with a dual-core chip. This apart, the tablet includes a trio of USB 2.0 ports, Ethernet socket, a VGA output along with analog audio input / output jacks while system memory stands at 2 GB.
However, all of this comes at a price – $999 to be specific.
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