Unorthodox Computer Challenge : Trial 3 – Pixel C Problems

I planned to wrap up my 2 weeks with the Pixel C tonight however due to the fact that my Pixel C decided to fail a few hours ago (while I was typing up my review) I will need to put this on pause for a few days until Google can ship me a replacement. It looks like the flash storage module on the Pixel C is dead which lead to all of the data being lost and the device in a boot loop. Google should have the replacement out to me within the next week.

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Unorthodox Computer Challenge : Trial 3 – The Google Pixel C

Back in September, Google dropped an unexpected bomb on the Android community with the announcement of the Pixel C. The Pixel C would be the first Android tablet manufacturered and released by Google itself. As the announcement progressed, it became clear that this tablet would be a very high end machine that was build with productivity in mind. I like Productivity so lets see if the Pixel C can replace my primary machine for the next 2 weeks. Continue reading

Unorthodox Computer Challenge : Final Thoughts on the RemixMini

It has only been 2 short weeks since I replaced my primary computer with the Android Powered RemixMini PC and I am sort of torn on this one. One one hand, I am already deeply engrained into the Android ecosystem but; on the other hand, this experiment shows that Android may not be ready to be a desktop operating system. In this post, I will be giving my final thoughts about the RemixMini.  Continue reading