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The 'NexDock' Laptop Device Uses the Power of a Smartphone to Operate

 - Feb 18, 2016
References: indiegogo & geeky-gadgets
The power within smartphones is beginning to be utilized in a bevy of different ways as seen with the 'NexDock' laptop device. While the 'NexDock' might look like a traditional laptop, it's actually just a shell; the internal components consist of a screen, QWERTY keyboard, a battery and Bluetooth connectivity.

The 'NexDock' is designed to utilize a Windows 10 smartphone (or other compatible device) to power the unit and cut down on the associated cost of a traditional laptop. Being that modern consumers use their smartphone for the majority of tasks over a laptop, the 'NexDock' laptop device is a innovative approach to modern PC design.

The 'NexDock' is currently funding on Indiegogo where the device can be purchased at an early bird price for under $100.