This $20 box is an Android PC that wants to help you make your first million

The Remix Mini is a small, affordable Android PC. Photo: Jide

The Remix Mini is a small, affordable Android PC. Photo: Jide

You probably don’t tend to think of Android when it’s time to buy a new computer, but you probably should. The Remix Mini is a tiny PC that packs decent specifications and runs entirely on Android — and you can secure yours through Kickstarter now for just $20.

Creators Jide see the Remix Mini as a “game changing PC for entrepreneurs.” The company hopes to help small business owners to equip their staff with a PC and be as productive as possible while avoiding the usual costs that come with buying IT equipment.

“The Remix Mini is the most versatile and productive Android PC in the world and fits into the palm of your hands,” Jide says. Simply add a monitor, keyboard, and mouse and you’re good to go. And of course, the Remix Mini isn’t just good for businesses.

With its 1.2GHz quad-core processor, up to 2GB of RAM, and support for 4K monitors, the Remix Mini is also good for browsing the web, playing games, being productive, and running other Android apps.

The Remix Mini is powered by Remix OS, a custom version of Android 5.0 Lollipop, and it comes in two flavors. The entry-level option, dubbed Remix Mini 1G, has 1GB of RAM and 8GB of storage, can currently be secured for just $20 on Kickstarter. The 16GB option with 2GB of RAM, Remix Mini 2G, is just $40.

You can bag yours now via the source link below.