Planet Computers Gemini
The Gemini is a device that will endear a few and frustrate the many. Using this as your primary mobile device soon becomes impractical if you rely on easy access to your phone’s homescreen. However, if you just want a connected, highly portable device to type on in short bursts, that’s ripe for customization, the Gemini could be for you.
- Full Qwerty keyboard
- Options for dual OS
- Well built
- Extended typing is uncomfortable
- Poor-quality sound
- Inconvenient as a primary phone
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- 73AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE3 ReviewsForbes80Planet Computers Gemini ReviewWhen mobile phones were still A New Thing they were sold on how productive they made you. It became the reason for buying a Blackberry, that’s disappeared from the rhetoric, but then the Gemini is a retro device. It will make you more productive, and something else I’ve not encountered for a long time. It’s something corporates should look at long and hard, they will see a proper old-fashioned return on investment. Me? I like it for being different, not being a black rectangle and that it’s the only phone does which fits the bill on this, at least until the other interesting phone comes along.The Register70Vulture gives PDA some Linux lovin'It certainly is not for everyone. The keyboard will disappoint many at first and the lack of a display and camera on the back is frustrating. However, as a device for someone with a need to write on the move or a person who would like a penguin in their pocket without having to resort to a Bluetooth keyboard, the Gemini merits a closer look.The Next Web70Planet Computers might just succeedIt’s a bit pricey, sure, but this is a niche device aimed at those who want to get things done, and are happy to pay a premium to do so.