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    For $300 you can grab two PCs and a Notebook setup from InFocus, but is the Kangaroo Notebook ready for prime time?
    Microsoft and its manufacturing partners are at a fascinating crossroads in 2017. Windows 10 continues to morph into all sorts of new hardware, but some of the ambitions don't quite equal a perfect user experience. Things like Continuum, HoloLens, even Windows 10 Mobile itself are all glimpses into the future not quite yet realized.
    Kangaroo is one of those brave companies who is not afraid to try new things. We've reviewed their modular PC a few times including the Kangaroo Mobile Desktop Pro, and now they have the Kangaroo Notebook. The Notebook is a $300 laptop, but the "brains" of it lie with the two Mini stick PCs that let you swap out computers for various people.
    While the concept and even pricing are reasonable, the goals of the project are being held back by Intel's lackluster Atom x5 budget chipset.
    See Kangaroo Notebook at Newegg

    Full story from the WindowsCentral blog...
    02-02-2017 12:11 PM

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