Jide Remix(Model: Ultra) Specifications, images and news.
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|Jide was founded last year by 3 ex-Google software engineers the Remix Ultra tablet has some similarities to the Sureface 3. It has been supported by
a Kickstarter campaign and Foxconn as well as the owners own money. the tablet has a magnetically attached keyboard and a custom ROM based on Android 4.4.4 but with adjustments to operate a touch more like Windows (multipane windows for instance).|
In database since:23-05-2015
Jide Remix Specifications
|CPU||NVIDIA Tegra 4 T40S|
|CPU speed||1810 Mhz|
|Graphics||Nvidia ULP GeForce|
|Display Size||11.6" 1920 X 1080||Screen Type
|Weight (Minimum)||860gm / 1.9 pounds|
Line-out / Headphone (3.5mm)|
SDXC (SDHC, SD Compatible)
|Wireless Interfaces||802.11 a/b/g/n|
No Wireless WAN (e.g. 4G)
Ambient light sensor
USB 2.0 cable
|*Specifications can vary|
Jide Remix information
|Android Custom ROM, Lollipop to come soon UI includes multiple window panes on some apps (though not resizable) with taskbar Battery is 8,100 mAh IPS 16:9 display Remix Tablet OS available for Nexus 9 and Nexus 10. OTG adapter included Not sure if the tablet and keyboard colours match yet.|
Jide Remix alternatives
|Samsung Galaxy Note Pro 12.2, 12.2 inch, 749 grams (1.65 lbs)|
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|Apple iPad Pro, 12.9 inch, 713 grams (1.57 lbs)|
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|HP Pro Slate 12, 12.3 inch, 850 grams (1.87 lbs)|
The HP Pro Slate 12 is a 12.3 inch Android Lollipop tablet with an unusual screen resolution of 1600x1200 and a 4:3 ratio screen, good for full page reading, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 quad core CPU. An HP Duet Pen is included to work with the HP suite of productivity apps as well as those yo can get from the Google store.
|Cube i7 Remix, 11.6 inch, 720 grams (1.59 lbs)|
Chinese manufacturer Cube's Remix i7 is a large (for Android) 11.6 inch IPS screen full HD tablet with the modified Android 'Remix OS' that has some windows-like enhancements. This is much cheaper alternative to the Jide Remix tablet but does not come with a keyboard at the price (about US$160 converted).
|Dell Venue 11 Pro 7140 (7140-6150), 10.8 inch, 770 grams (1.7 lbs)|
The Dell Venue 11 Pro is a 10.8" Windows 8.1 Tablet running on Intels Core-M 5Y10 SoC platform. The 10.8" display features a Full HD (1920x1080 pixels) resolution and offers good viewing angles due to the IPS screen. It has a 10 finger multitouch screen and comes with an additional digitizer. Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi a/b/g/n and NFC make for some good wireless connectivity. In terms of ports it offers 1x USB 3.0, 1x microUSB 2.0, a microSDHC port and an miniHDMI port. We like the fact that the battery is user replaceable. A frontfacing 1.3MP as well as a backfacing 8MP camera should be enough for all your tablet needs. Note that there are multiple options like LTE available.
|Microsoft Surface Pro 3, 12.0 inch, 800 grams (1.76 lbs)|
Microsoft have taken the Surface 2, increased the screen size an reduced the weight making it a leading example of tablet engineering. The 12-inch, 800 gram tablet won't be aimed at casual users but with the included digitizer it will appeal to creative types. Pricing matches its pro-level specifications. Starting at $799 it's 'accessible' but if you're looking at 8GB RAM, Core i5 and 128GB of SSD you'll be forced to take the 256GB model at $1299. Great engineering and a perfect device for a lot of creatives but not exactly your mainstream laptop-replacement, especially as similar performance can be had in an Ultrabook for a much lower price.
|Sony Vaio Tap 11, 11.6 inch, 780 grams (1.72 lbs)|
The Sony Vaio Tap 11 is, at launch, the lightest 4th-Gen Core-based tablet available although models start with a slightly cut-down Pentium version. Great screen, included keyboard, 3G/LTE options and a good entry-level price.
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|Toshiba WT310, 11.6 inch, 825 grams (1.82 lbs)|
The Toshiba WT310 is an 11" Windows 8 Pro Tablet with optional HSPA+ / LTE support. No notes on the CPU yet and no info on SSD size. It is likely to be based on the Intel Ivy bridge Y models. The pen can be used for additional stylus-input.
|Gigabyte S1082, 10.1 inch, 790 grams (1.74 lbs)|
The Gigabyte S1082 is a 10.1" Windows 8 Tablet with built in 3G. With Wifi B/G/N, Bluetooth 4.0, gigabit LAN, HDMI and VGA out combined with an SDHC Card-Reader plus a two port headphone + microphone jack this tablet has some serious ports to offer for such a small and cheap device. The Intel Celeron 847 with 2x1.1GHz should be more powerful than an atom based device. It comes with an 29.6Wh battery included. There is an optional Keyboard kit and an additional 20.25Wh extended battery available.
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