Indamixx all set to unveil a Linux-based tablet for the musicians
Today, consumers are more interested in a tablet which offers common minimum requirement for them. Since they come relatively cheap, the salient features are a bit on the lower side, but despite the low price range, the tablets can do a lot, such as: running mobile applications, internet access and various other useful features which can be useful to the end users. One example is the Windows-based HP Slate 500, which is working just fine with the retailers because it is very easy to note down inventory requirements, entering the orders and various other orders from the businesses. This is not all, a manufacturer known as Indamixx has brought to the fore their plans to develop tablets aiming at a different kind of target audience, i.e. the musicians.
Indamixx is not all a new entity to the tablet business; they are already offering netbooks and notebooks with their self developed Linux software and variety of applications for various purposes of music. Create Digital Music is the first one to get a sneak peek to the yet to unveil tablet.
The machine comes with an Intel Atom processor unit, 2GB RAM, 3 USB ports, VGA, Ethernet, microphone and headphone jacks. There is no keyboard to this gadget but with the right touch-friendly music production apps you will not feel the need for one. The system is MeeGo Linux based.
The words are coming out that the system won’t be available till the month of May in the next year and you can expect some changes in configuration elements and furthermore, the price is not yet decided.
Indamixx has a reputation to bring out open source software and the software that comes with their systems are developed by putting in lots of effort by the developers, so it may not be a cheap tablet as many of the buyers might think. The good thing about open sourced Linux based is that you can develop your own music gadget if you have the know-how. Let’s wait for its launch then!
Go and visit Create Digital Music site if you want to know more about the hardware and software of the tablet.