NexDock is a 'laptop' that's actually powered by your Windows or Android phone

NexDock is a 'laptop' that's actually powered by your Windows or Android phone
Plug a phone or tablet running Windows 10 or Android into the NexPad, and you have a more productivity-oriented environment, with the mobile device serving as a secondary screen. (According to NexDock, you … Imagine a longer-lasting computer that you …
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DataWind plans third facility with Rs 100 crore investment
Special · Compare; ALL. News Home; »; Tech; »; Tech News …. MUMBAI: Encouraged by the Make in India push, low-cost handset and tablet maker DataWind intends to spend Rs 100 crore on a third manufacturing facility and is in talks with eastern states …
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2-in-1 tablets and businesses fuelling Microsoft's revival in mobility
A fifth of all tablets sold in the last quarter in Western Europe were detachable ones according to research company IDC as businesses snap them up, providing a great marketing opportunity for Microsoft to push its latest operating system, Windows 10 …
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This Dell 4K Windows tablet could be an iPad Pro killer

This Dell 4K Windows tablet could be an iPad Pro killer
First reported by a German technology site named Giga, Dell might have plans to release a 12.5-inch 2-in-1 tablet-pc hybrid with a detachable keyboard complete with backlit keys – take that Apple smart cover. Leaked information reveals the revived XPS …
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Microsoft's DisplayCover prototype demonstrates a new way of interacting with
"Tablet computers aim to bridge the gap between portability and productivity, reducing the need for users to carry multiple devices," explains Antonio Gomes, a research intern at Microsoft Applied Sciences Group. "However, despite increases in …
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Business users embrace hybrids in post-PC age: Lenovo
An established business computing brand in Australia, Lenovo entered the local consumer market last year, establishing new offices and striking major retail partnerships with JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman. While selling tablets in Australia, Lenovo is yet …
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