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Mobile Device Lab at Intel Experience Store

Join us for our first Mobile Device Lab meetup of 2014! We're meeting at 5:30pm at the Intel Store at 1421 Abbot Kinney Blvd., in Venice, California.

Are you a developer or designer of a mobile website or native app, but don't have access to the tablets, smartphones and other devices you need for cross-device and cross-platform testing and development? Now you do.

This program, developed at Droplabs in Downtown Los Angeles, is designed to accommodate the needs of freelancers, independent contractors, remote workers and and indie developers. All equipment is available to use free of charge.

What to Bring

During this scheduled Mobile Device Lab meetup, you're encouraged to bring your devices to share with other attendees. When the meetup is over, just take your devices home with you. These "crowdtesting" events make it possible for everyone to get the most out of their time.

Our goal is to be the premier mobile device testing lab in the Los Angeles area and any forthcoming help from LabUp and Open Device Lab can only get us so far. If you'd like to lend or donate any used iOS, Android, BlackBerry or Windows Phone devices for use in this program, please contact us.

Location & Parking

 Intel Experience Store
  1421 Abbot Kinney Blvd.
  Venice, CA 90291

There is free street parking, plus parking behind the store. If parking on the street, be sure to note if you park in a 1 or 2 hour spot.

Available Devices

We'll have a variety of devices on hand this time, including tablets, ultrabooks and "2-in-1" laptops. See the list below for more details.

Developer notes: All of these devices feature Intel chips, including Core i5, Atom Z3740 and Atom Z3760 processors. Some support 5-point or 10-point multitouch screens. Operating systems include Windows 8.1, Windows 8.1 Pro, and Android 4.1.2 JB.

 Acer
  Aspire 2-in[masked]" Touch-Screen Laptop (8GB)
  Aspire M5 15.6" Touch-Screen Laptop (6GB)

 Asus
  T100TA (32GB)
  VivoBook 13.3" Touch-Screen Laptop (4GB)

 Lenovo
  IdeaTab Miix 10 (64GB)
  IdeaPad Yoga Ultrabook 2-in[masked]" Touch-Screen Laptop (4GB)
  IdeaPad Yoga 2 Pro Ultrabook 2-in[masked]" Touch-Screen Laptop (4GB)
  Miix 2 8 (32GB)

 Samsung
  ATIV Book[masked]" Touch-Screen Laptop (8GB)
  Galaxy Tab[masked] (16GB)

 Microsoft
  Surface Pro 2 (64GB)

 Toshiba
  Satellite 15.6" Touch-Screen Laptop (8GB)
  Satellite 14" Touch-Screen Laptop (6GB)

 Dell
  XPS[masked]" Portable Touch-Screen All-In-One Computer (4GB)

 Lenovo
  ThinkPad Tablet[masked] inch (64GB)

 HP
  ENVY TouchSmart 23" Touch-Screen All-In-One Computer (8GB)
  Split x2 Ultrabook 2-in[masked]" Touch-Screen Laptop (4GB)

 Sony
  VAIO Flip 13A 2-in[masked]" Touch-Screen Laptop (8GB)
  VAIO Tap[masked]" Portable Touch-Screen All-In-One Computer (8GB)
  VAIO Tap[masked]" 2-in-1 Touch-Screen Laptop (4GB)

About Droplabs

Droplabs is a network of collaborative coworking spaces, computer labs and classrooms around Los Angeles, California. Our community is made up of members who support each other personally and professionally in a positive environment.

We're the leading low-cost coworking space in the Greater Los Angeles Area and have services, programs and workspaces that are uniquely designed for entrepreneurs, freelancers, lifelong learners and remote workers.


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  • Z. T. A.

    Coming as soon as I can get over there

    January 9, 2014

  • Christefano

    The group that's managing events at the Intel store let me know that they double booked the space and there is now a scheduling conflict.

    The good news is that we can meet one hour earlier from 5-7pm. Phew! I've updated the event announcement accordingly. See you all there.

    January 2, 2014

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