indamixx

Looking for a light weight, ultraportable laptop that you can use to create, mix, and edit audio on the go? The Indamixx laptop is a $499 netbook loaded with a boatload of software for creating and editing audio. The netbook includes a custom Linux OS called Transmission 2.1, and software packages including:

  • energyXT for music production
  • Ardour for digital audio editing
  • Preloaded with 2900 drum sounds and 350 samples
  • Over 260 plugins
  • Ardour Xchange which will import audio from other digitla audio workstation applications

The Indamixx is based on the same design as the Sylvania G Meso netbook. But in addition to the custom operating system and music software, you get a carrying case, a 1GB SD card, a free t-shirt, free shipping for US customers, and 30 days of software support.

The netbook is available for pre-order with a $99 deposit, and is expected to ship before Christmas.

via Create Digital Music

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8 replies on “Indamixx netbook is a 2 pound music studio”

  1. To be frank, anyone who would want to use Linux for audio production is insane.

  2. Niche market netbooks, well expected, very good news for DJs.
    another possible niches:
    carbooks with GPS, 3.5G and mediaplayer
    photobooks with 5MP built in cameras
    bikebooks, moto and mountain gear
    alpinebooks with GPS and altimeter, no spinnig hard drive for this boys, only SSD.
    divebooks? what?
    mechanicsbooks for tuning that engine
    ultraportable hotspots
    chefbooks, you know… for cooking

    were gonna need bigger jacket pockets.

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