Kangaroo PC

Oct 29, 2015

Category: Tech

PCs are now getting smaller and smaller, thanks to the ever-evolving micro chips that are becoming more, well, micro. The Kangaroo PC is a small power bank-sized PC that can plug into any display to be used as a standard computer.

The devices has two components: the actual computer and a dock. The computer is an Intel Atom Cherry Trail processor, and it comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. The storage is expandable, thanks to the included MicroSD slot. As far as the dock is concerned, it’s what contains all of the necessary ports, such as a USB 2.0 port, a USB 3.0 port, an HDMI out, and a charging port. It also comes with a built-in fingerprint scanner to allow users to take advantage of Windows 10’s Windows Hello features. The device’s battery will last for four hours of use. It’s available now for $99. [Purchase]

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