World’s first true Android PC coming to South Africa

Pinnacle will distribute the Remix Mini Android PC from Jide in South Africa, the company has announced.

Jide advertises the Remix Mini as the world’s first true Android PC.

It is powered by Remix OS, a customised version of Android Lollipop that is built by Jide Technology.

Remix Mini lets you use the Android app ecosystem while offering PC features such as a taskbar, multi-window multi-tasking, and mouse and keyboard support.

Pinnacle and Jide said the Remix Mini will launch in South Africa at a price roughly half that of a traditional entry-level PC.

The first Remix Mini stock lands in July and will be available through retailers – including Makro.

No recommended retail pricing was set at the time of publication.


  • Processor – 1.2GHz quad-core A53 (64-bit)
  • Storage – 8GB/16GB
  • Memory – 1GB/2GB
  • Video support – 1080p (1,920 x 1,080), H.265 4K hardware decoding
  • Ports – HDMI, headphone minijack, USB, Ethernet
  • Connectivity – 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0
  • Size – 124.27 x 88.2 x 26 mm

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