AOC Mars is an ARM Based 24″ All-in-One PC Running Remix OS 2.0

AOC International and Jide Technology has partners to launch Mars, the first all-in-one (AIO) PC supporting Remix OS. The computer is powered by Amlogic S905 processor with 2GB RAM & up to 64GB storage, and features a 23.8″ display.

AOC Mars “M1238B” preliminary specifications:

  • Soc – Amlogic S905 quad core Cortex A53 processor @ 2.0 GHz with penta-core Mali-450MP GPU
  • System Memory – 2GB RAM
  • Storage – 16 or 64 GB flash depending on model
  • Display – 23.8″ display with 1920 x 1080 resolution
  • Video – 2x HDMI ports
  • Audio – Stereo speakers, 3.5mm jacks for headphone and microphone
  • Connectivity – Ethernet, and probably WiFi and Bluetooth (TBC)
  • USB – 4x USB 2.0 ports
  • Misc – Power, volume, menu and back buttons
  • Dimensions – 9.9mm thickness, 13.3 mm border width

The computer will run Remix OS 2.0. It will first be showcased at CES Asia 2016 in Shanghai, launched in China later this summer, and aims at the enterprise market, instead of consumers. If you’re interested, but don’t happen to live in China, you can leave your email address @ http://remix.jide.com/AOC_allinone to get notified once/if becomes available in your country.

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8 Replies to “AOC Mars is an ARM Based 24″ All-in-One PC Running Remix OS 2.0”

  1. @Cango
    Maybe you should check RemixOS website first to get an idea how their business model works (partnering with hardware vendors — someone has to fund software development)

  2. I’m 99.9% sure it’s not S905 SoC. 1st, S905 is STB SoC, does not have LVDS or similar interface for panels. 2nd, assuming 2 HDMI ports are inputs, S905 supports 2-channel ITU 601/656 DVP camera input and TS stream input (c/p from amlogic.com) so that’s contradictory too. My guess it’s based on one of aml’s TV SoCs.

    And if I remember correctly, Remix had to ditch official support for google apps and services, I’m not sure how popular this device will be outside of china (where google services are useless anyway).

  3. @Stane1983
    That’s the press kit: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/i6g16jffsg3k6uv/AACyFwoHUsD4b7Uxx7VrcmJDa?dl=0
    You can see the specs implicitly list Amlogic S905.

    They may have done an implementation with an HDMI to LVDS chip, and the two HDMI input may be handled separately from the SoC, just has a separate display.

    I think Google does not like people using Android for tablet on boxes/computers, and now only officially allows Google Services on Android TV OS for this type of device. People can still side-load GMS, but I agree it’s not ideal.

  4. Shame it is not a touchscreen. It seems like, for maximum compatibility, you would want a touchscreen for Remix OS devices.

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