What you see here is a prototype of the Indamixx 2, where it boasts of an Intel single-core 1.66GHz Atom N450 processor underneath the hood, although a dual-core processor is not ridiculous or wishful thinking in the final iteration. Other hardware options include 2GB RAM, a trio of USB 2.0 ports, VGA output, an Ethernet socket and analog audio I/O jacks. No idea on what screen size this puppy packs though. It is rather interesting to note that the Indamixx 2 relies on Transmission 5.0, a MeeGo-based music OS – no Android in this day and age is certainly strage. Basically, Indamixx intends their upcoming tablet to target the music-loving crowd, although they might just lose out on many potential owners no thanks to the speculated $999 price point.
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