Maybe I can finally buy this tiny Android laptop now that it doubles as a phone

In a world where the original meaning of zombie brands like Palm and Polaroid is no longer retained, it is refreshing to learn that some old-fashioned gadget ideas are true. I'm talking about Psion's legendary pocket computer in the 90's. His industrial designer, Martin Riddiford, successfully drove the modern version of the small notebook early this year.

As a famous QWERTY keyboard enthusiast I obviously spilled the original Gemini PDA … but for a long time. A small laptop computer sounds fun, but it's hard to justify carrying a pocket computer so you can take pictures, make phone calls, or check tweeter without turning over the things I blame.

Planet Computers can now correct these omissions with the Cosmo Communicator, a smartphone.


maybe i can finally buy this tiny android laptop now that it doubles as a phone

Inside there is a 6 inch touch screen and a physical keyboard, but you can find it upside down. Earpiece and microphone, a 24-megapixel camera, a fingerprint sensor, and dial-only buttons. The 2-inch screen, as well as the notification, and who calls, can not be seen by robots.

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Key differences between Gemini PDA and new Cosmo – new rear cover with camera, fingerprint sensor and speaker

New MediaTek Helio P70 processor

  • New keyboard
  • 6GB RAM instead of 4GB
  • 64GB instead of 128GB of flash storage
  • Android 9.0 Pie, probably from the box.
  • There is also a real 3.5mm headphone jack dying in 2018 next to the microSD card slot and the dual SIM slot. (You will have both GSM and CDMA cellular support in case your device is curious.)

    Is it enough to justify spending $ 799 or $ 549 on the initial bird price for an indigo device you have not seen before? Or touched directly? (Planet Computers kicked out 7,000 Gemini PDAs earlier this year.) Not yet sure. But I will plunge most certainly into the first chance to play with one.

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