Radical! Your '90s Psion PDA got an Android update
It's been 20 years seen the Sion Series 5 PDA jumped out of our hip pockets and into our hearts.
But if you want to channel little bit of that old school cool, then the Gemini is for you.
It's kind of a PDA and kind of a smart phone.
It runs vanilla Android, but it also has a full, physical QWERTY keyboard.
So it kind of operates like a small laptop or the PDA that you would have had back in the 90s.
It runs Android 7.1, or you can use it on Linux OS.
It has a 10-core processor, a dedicated graphics processor, and 64 gigs of storage.
On the sides you'll find ports for a headphones and USB-C, and you can also get a dongle that will give you extra ports.
Answering a call is as simple as flipping open your phone or just holding it up to your ear and it works both ways.
You won't find this piece of delightful retro tech in stores just yet.
It's still in prototype stage and it's got an Indiegogo campaign.
For 599 US you'll get a 4G unlocked version or for 499 you can get the WiFi version.
It also comes with an optional peripheral camera that you can snap onto the back, though if you want the regular front facing camera you'll find that inside too.
The big selling point of this one, the original creators of the Psion were involved in the design and development of the Gemini, so you know it's got that retro cred where it counts.
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