Indamixx 2 Beta Program Announced

Portable music studio gets multi touch features, increased RAM and powerful CPUs      24/12/10

Trinity Audio Group Inc. creators of the first music tablet has announced Indamixx 2 beta the next generation of their line of professional music computers and tablets. Here's what they have to say...
New portable music studio takes a huge leap forward with the addition of multi touch features, increased RAM and powerful CPUs. Indamixx2 takes on the ipad from a music makers perspective and destroys it in the Indamixx2 Vs. iPad shootout.
Based on the MeeGo operating system, Indamixx 2 is powered by a special version of Transmission OS based off the MeeGo operating system.
"The brilliance and touch friendliness of MeeGo combined with the maturity of our Transmission operating system delivers to the customer exactly what they told us they want, ease of use." says Creative Director Ronald Stewart.
"Indamixx 2 is loaded with audio production features, such as the ability to digitally DJ with an HDMI port, stream audio live over wifi with IDJC, and produce music with ease using award winning DAW energy XT". "Unlike the iPad our software and hardware is open. Customers, can access all the available ports on the computer and they can add their own features in software. It's the best of both worlds" adds Stewart.
Indamixx2 takes on the ipad from a music makers perspective and destroys it in the Indamixx2 Vs. iPad shootout.
Indamixx2 ships with optional triple or quad boot OS including Windows 7, Macbuntu (linux version of OSX), Transmission 4.2 and Transmission 5.0 beta.
Full details on Indamixx2 and the beta program are available here.
Pricing and Availability:
Introductory price $699.00. More information:

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