The Remix OS is the custom version of the Android that aims at making the Google’s Smartphone and tablet operating system more or less like a laptop or desktop that is designed especially to increase the productivity if your system. The company behind creation of this operating system, Jide, was established by the Former employees of Google. They had unveiled the software early this month along with a tablet that was designed in such a way that it ran on the Remix OS and named it the Remix Ultra Tablet. Remix Ultra is not the only the tablet that supports the Remix OS Software. The Chinese tablet maker, Cube, has also unveiled a new tablet that will ship the operating system. Its new rival, Telcast, is also working to bring the software to the Teclast X98 Air 3G tablet. The news of another tablet that supports Remix OS is also a kind of novelty. It sports a 9.7-inch display that has a resolution of 2048 x 1536-pixel, an Intel Atom Bay Trail processor, 2GB RAM and 32GB storage. It sells for about $200 and is available in the dual OS models that are available with Android and Windows software. Teclast is now testing Remix OS, is downloadable, and is available in the installable version of the operating system to all the members of the Teclast forum. The software is in the early build stage and some of its features work really well.