Recently, InFocus got in the game with its recent Kangaroo Notebook. This device represents an interesting approach to a modular laptop PC. Priced in the $300 range, the Kangaroo Notebook is more of a laptop dock. Long story short, with it, you can swap in some Mini PC modules for different purposes and uses.
Each of the PC modules has its own storage which lets you explore a large array of possibilities. For instance, this might be helpful if there are several users sharing the same PC. Thus, each user has separated files and folders and doesn’t have to share any data with the other users. Moreover, even one person can keep different modules for different tasks and domains, such as work, personal, and family.
The Kangaroo Notebook is indeed a great dock. It offers an 11.6-inch screen, which is large enough for work. It also comes with a Synaptics trackpad, speakers, mic and a built-in battery. Each of the modules has 2GB RAM and 32GB of internal memory and work off an Intel Z8350 Cherrytrail CPU. All of them run, of course, run Windows 10.
If you’re delighted by this device’s specifications you’ll be able to buy it from Newegg starting mid-October. Meanwhile, you can start saving up for it since its exact price is unknown as of yet.
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