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    One of the benefits of being at Build is you get to run into all sorts of people and companies. We happened to get in touch with NexDock, who let us grab an early look at their upcoming Continuum-inspired 'laptop'.

    If you recall, NexDock is an Indiegogo project that costs $99 and acts a dummy terminal for Continuum with Windows 10 Mobile, PC on a stick (USB), and Raspberry Pi devices. You should think of NexDock as a low-cost laptop that is missing a processor but sports a bigger battery.

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    03-31-2016 08:20 PM

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