The current flagship smartphones have relatively high productivity. In terms of performance they are able to compete with some laptops. However, manufacturers are still trying to create a separate device class.
The British company Planet Computers has announced an unusual notebook, which resembles a smartphone with a QWERTY-keyboard. Device just 400 grams and is a full fledged computer.
The novelty has received the name Gemini PDA. The product can be put in pocket and when needed, not just to play or surf in the Internet, but also to work as a full-fledged laptop.
Gemini PDA equipped with a 5.7-inch display with a QHD resolution and an aspect ratio of 18:9. The main “filling”, which includes 10-core processor is in a block with the keyboard. There is a slot for memory cards SD, 3.5 mm audio Jack and two USB ports.
Feature of the device is to support two operating systems – Android and Linux. When you download the gadget, the user can choose which of them it can work.
Funds for the release of Gemini PDA collected on the site Indiegogo. For the first buyers of the device will cost $299 for the version with Wi-Fi model with support for LTE asking $349. A few days Planet Computers has already gathered over $270, 000, with the stated goal of $200 000.