We’re going to start with this to avoid wasting anyone’s time: this product is for Android users only. But that’s not to say you shouldn’t keep reading if you’re an Apple fan, which you may not be soon.
Still here? Okay, let’s move on.
Meet the Superbook, a simple plug-and-play device (see: chord with screen and keyboard) that turns your Android smartphone into a desktop.
The idea was inspired by the fact that our smartphones are essentially more important than our computers, the only drawback being a small screen and limited interface.
The Superbook allows you to perform all the functions of your smartphone on a computer display, including the use of millions of apps, listening to music while simultaneously browsing the internet, and watching movies, as well as being using WiFi, mobile data, or Bluetooth.
It’s navigated with a mouse cursor, boasts eight hours of battery life, and requires no more technical knowledge than what’s required to turn on a bedside lamp.
At only $99, it’s just a fraction of the price of a new laptop – which means it might actually be worth it to ditch your iPhone and go Android if you’re looking for a new computer.
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