Who would have thought that tablet devices would finally take off in such a big way this year? Well, 2011 is certainly going to be a banner year as well for tablet PCs and its ilk, partly due to the fact that many people are looking forward to the sequel of the iPad. Of course, once in a while some devices like the Indamixx 2 Beta tablets do help its cause (we covered news of the prototype earlier), although this one targets musicians. What makes the Indamixx super is the fact that they support peripheral devices such as MIDI equipment courtesy of USB 2.0 connectivity, not to mention an Intel Atom N450 1.66GHz processor inside that iwll play nice with x86 software. Shipping with Transmission 5.0, a music app that takes advantage of its large-format touchscreen display, it is a snap to tweak settings and lay out your tracks in a logical and simple manner. Of course, with prices starting from $700 upwards, you know that the Indamixx is not meant for beginners or those who are looking to dip their toes into the world of tablets for the first time.
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