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Indamixx Music MeeGo tablet on Sale – 699 USD (not for general public really)

December 23, 2010 Leave a comment

The professional grade musician’s tablet from Indamixx – MeeGo powered Indamixx 2 Beta is available for purchasing!

There are two models available, for 699 and 799 USD. Oddly, the cheaper version comes with 250GB HDD (vs 160GB)

Other specifications include:

  • – Transmission 5.0 OS (MeeGo Version)
  • 1.66 GHz Intel Atom CPU (N450)
  • 2GB RAM

Note – this is probably not the MeeGo tablet experience consumers are looking for, but it may be for those in the music industry (though I don’t know how much of it could simply be an app on a vanilla tablet itself).

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Video: Hands on with MeeGo Music Tablet Indamixx 2 Beta from Indamixx (2GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 3 USB and an ethernet port!)

November 20, 2010 1 comment

Remember the netbook like professional music tablet from Indamixx?


  • Capacitive multitouch display
  • Intel Atom (N450) 1.66GHz
  • 769USD and 999USD versions (160GB and 250GB)

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Netbook like MeeGo Tablet: Dual Core, 2GB RAM, 160GB HDD, 3 USB and an ethernet port!

November 5, 2010 17 comments

Here’s a new MeeGo based tablet: Indamixx 2 sporting some high end netbook like specifications in a tablet form factor. Thanks to Jim for the heads up to :D.

  • Single Core 1.66GHz N450 Atom (PROTO – Final planned to have dual-core)
  • 2GB RAM 533MHz
  • 160GB HDD
  • 3 X USB ports
  • VGA port
  • Ethernet Port (an ethernet port!)
  • Analogue audio I/O.
  • Price 999USD << Not meant to be a mass market consumer product but higher end professional mobile music multitouch tablet. Check it out

Any ideas on screen size and resolution?

CreateDigitalMusic asks and answers: Why MeeGo?

Unlike any Linux distro we’ve found so far, MeeGo is from the ground-up about multi-touch, portable devices that compete with iPad and Android. The main “desktop” user experience is sharp, fast, and finger-friendly.

Our departure from MeeGo is in tuning it for audio. Out of the box, Transmission will be more concerned with a high quality, low-latency audio rather than preserving battery life. However, our experience with the Atoms shows that battery life is pretty good, too.

Multi-touch support will come by way of Qt’s Multi-touch framework… which is expected to have a relatively smooth upgrade path to Xorg 1.10 or 1.11 when Xorg officially supports multi-touch (Q1/Q2 2011). [Note that this is a different solution than the one that Ubuntu is providing.]

indamixx/ Renoise / CreateDigitalMusic

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