Have you ever encountered a situation that made you wish you had six screens stuck together in a cube? Yeah? You live a strange life. But what’s even stranger is that there’s now such a device. Cuberox is a 4 cubic inch ARM-powered Linux computer with six monochrome 16×16 screens.
Each of the Cuberox’s screen can run a different application or show a different display. Aside from its screens, Cuberox also has a 454Mhz ARM CPU, 64MB RAM, a 4GB SD card for storage, a dustproof and waterproof construction, a 7800mAh battery, an accelerometer and Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity.
The Cuberox will come with a multipurpose stand. The stand serves as the Cuberox’s wireless charging station, but it’s also an RGB LED lamp and a Bluetooth speaker.
Watch the video to see sample uses of Cuberox:
Pledge at least $199 (USD) on Kickstarter to receive the Cuberox and its stand as a reward. Or put another way, you’ll get a wireless charger, a Bluetooth speaker, multicolored lighting, plus a black cube.