NexDock

The world’s most affordable laptop

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#5 Product of the DayApril 10, 2016

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Thomas Burgess
Thomas Burgess@ninjinka · Creator of Material Design Palette Deck
Very cool product (I have wished this existed for a long time) but I'm not sure about the tagline "The world's most affordable laptop"... Because it's not. There are plenty of laptops for the same price or cheaper (the Hisense Chromebook for example). Not to say that this isn't "The world's most...." something else, but it is NOT the most affordable as far as I can tell.
Patrick Coombe
Patrick Coombe@patrickcoombe · CEO, Elite Strategies Llc
interesting - we're already using our phones to do this to stream movies onto larger screens, why not for computing as well? also we use for: -wifi tethering -storage (as a USB stick) -much more
Daylen
Daylen@askdaylen · Student and Wikipedian in Vancouver
This display can be used as second screen or you can pair it up with a Continuum enabled Windows 10 Mobile device (such as the Lumia 950 and HP Elite X3).
Austin Sandmeyer
Austin Sandmeyer@as_austin · Thinker/Student/Rockstar
hmmmm. I'm intrigued! 🙌
Brandon Giesing
Brandon Giesing@bgiesing39 · Owner, Pravox Networks
Nowhere near affordable if you consider that most people who can't afford a laptop also don't have smartphones/tablets. So instead $129 you will most likely pay $399 (Average Android phone price of $254 + $129 = $383 rounded up to a common price point) making it on par with low to mid range Windows laptops and Chromebooks.