InFocus Unveils "Modular" Kangaroo Notebook

Comprises of a laptop shell and two mini PC modules.

 

InFocus Unveils "Modular" Kangaroo Notebook Comprises of a laptop shell and two mini PC modules. InFocus, known for smartphones and TVs in India, has unveiled a "modular" laptop. Named as the Kangaroo Notebook, it is a modular laptop that comes with two mini PC modules. They are much like the hardware implementation of different user accounts on a PC. You swap out your module and the next user won't be able to access your files or data. You can even choose to store important financial and personal information on one machine and dedicate the second module to music and movies. It is a shame though that these two modules don't work as a standalone device.



The swappable computing modules have 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. It is powered by Intel's Z8350 Cherrytrail CPU. The laptop shell sports a 11.6-inch HD screen. It has a island type keyboard, Synaptics clickpad, battery, webcam, ports, a microphone, and speakers. On the software side of things, you get Windows 10 out-of-the-box.



The Kangaroo Notebook will be available in the US for an introductory price of $300. It will hit NewEgg's store shelves starting from mid-October.


TAGS: Laptops

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