In recent weeks,there are lot project aim to produce a pocket PC which especially turn your mobile into a PC when you plug it into a duck. It may starts from Ubuntu`s mobile to PC dream project or may be Microsoft own project which sees sun light when they release Continuum feature in their new OS windows 10. First device got this treatment is Lumia 950, which is the latest flagship from Microsoft at end of lost year. Similarly Ubuntu own project also on the way to hit the market. Technically there may be lot difference between both of their version and features but ultimate aim is same. Similar fashion lot developer aim to produce same and also wish to introduce some unique features in this emerging market. Maru is one of it`s kind. Lets see what Maru suppose to offer and how it`s differ from other similar projects.
Maru is a new initiative in this regards based on Linux eco system. Which aim to port two different version of OS experience in mobile phone where it`s differ from others like Ubuntu as well as Microsoft. Main problem faced by both tech giants in this field is nothing but creating seamless Single OS for both small as well as big screen, where they struck and try to find some unique way to solve this problem. On the other hand Maru aim to solve this by providing two different version of OS in a mobile, run according to the situation, First one latest Android lollipop, which is the primary Os for your Smart phone, when you plug it into a desktop it will run debin Linux , which produce full desktop experience from your smartphone rather than Windows or Ubuntu.
” Maru packs a complete desktop experience on your smartphone. Your phone runs independently of your desktop so you can take a call and work on your big screen at the same time. Personal computing couldn’t be simpler “