Nimo Planet, the spatial computer for productivity unveiled Nimo Glass

Drawing from reports by Business Wire and MIXED, a company named Nimo Planet has recently unveiled its spatial computing apparatus, an ensemble composed of three pivotal components: Nimo Glass, Nimo OS, and the Nimo Core portable computer. Nimo Planet articulates that the synergy of these elements can proffer a profoundly customizable multi-screen extended workspace experience tailored for contemporary hybrid officiating.

As its moniker suggests, the Nimo Glass is an AR spectacles unit capable of projecting up to six virtual screens, ranging in dimensions from 30 to 100 inches. This optical gear delivers a single-eye resolution apex of 1920 x 1080, with a Field of View (FOV) of 45 degrees. It derives its power from the Nimo Core, bestowing approximately three hours of operational endurance.

The Nimo Core serves as the computational heart of the apparatus. However, its form factor remains astonishingly compact, measuring a mere 43 x 63 x 23mm. It is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2, complemented by 8GB RAM and 128GB of storage, and embraces connectivity through Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.1, mirroring many contemporary XR devices. Moreover, the Nimo Core not only takes charge of computations but also acts as an interactive conduit, doubling as an air mouse. Naturally, users have the discretion to employ Bluetooth peripherals if desired.

Nimo Planet asserts that the Nimo Core is fortified with a proprietary rendering system, ingeniously crafted for energy efficiency, proficient in markedly curbing CPU and memory consumption, thus mitigating thermal emissions.

Conversely, the Nimo OS is an operating system grounded in AOSP and Linux, rendering it amenable to a vast array of Android applications. Leveraging a USB Type-C interface or remote desktop capabilities, Nimo is also conducive to MacOS and Windows integrations.

While Nimo has yet to be officially released to the market, prospective enthusiasts can stake their interest with a preliminary $19 reservation fee on Nimo Planet’s official website. The apparatus is poised to retail at $1,299.