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Intel and its computer on a card wants to make laptops an accessory

Computers have to continue to evolve, it is inevitable that their conventional form factor is disappearing – we prove it in sales – leaving space to mobile devices and concepts that are transformed, some, with certain doses of modularity. There are several projects today that we must follow, such as the case of Superbook, or the one at hand, NexDock.

It is something more recent than it seems, we see that operating systems like Windows 10 or Android encourage engineers to put the hardware in all kinds of gadgets, making design work more flexible. In the case of the Microsoft system, we even find complete versions, with which we can do anything we would do on the desktop.

NexDock is an accessory, but it really is a laptop that lacks the brain. Well, you have brains since it has been devised so that we can connect a mobile, another computer, a tablet, or a Raspberry Pi plate. In some cases it will make screen, main, in other secondary, but always offering the comfortable control of a laptop: keyboard and trackpad. Continue Reading