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Product Specifications
Weight
11.3 ounces
Design
Clamshell
Connectivity
WiFi, LTE 4G
Screen
5.99 Inches, 1080p resolution
Image Credits: Planet Computers, The Verge
Image Credits: Planet Computers, The Verge
Image Credits: Planet Computers, The Verge
Image Credits: Planet Computers, The Verge
Image Credits: Planet Computers, The Verge
Image Credits: Planet Computers, The Verge

Planet Computers Gemini Mini Android Laptop

Put your work in your pocket and stay connected on the move with the Planet Computers Gemini Mini Android Laptop. This tiny device measures just 0.59 inches thick, and it weighs only 11.3 ounces. In spite of these minuscule dimensions, the Gemini can handle most computing tasks. It runs stock Android on a powerful 10-core MediaTek Helio X27 processor, with 4GB of RAM. You also get two USB-C ports, and an impressive 1080p HD screen. Both WiFi-only and LTE models are available, with the latter offering complete freedom to work anywhere. While the keyboard isn’t full size, it still offers a much better experience than typing on a touchscreen. Furthermore, you can install pretty much any Android app, including the mobile versions of Microsoft Office apps. If that wasn’t enough, you can actually dual-boot the Gemini with Linux. This really is pocket computing.

Planet Computers Gemini Mini Android Laptop
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Gadget Flow Rating 9.4/10
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Discovered on Jan 8, 2018, 3:00 pm EST
Discovered by Ashley Timms
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