None of the dead dot-com's were bad ideas, just too early. Same for the "subnotebook"?
Frankly the Foleo may well have been the first Netbook, to more of a work device than the Asus EEEPC was.
Scratch that: Motorola Lapdock 100 is the same thing as this laptop
Edit: Just wanted to call out this line from the above article.
> The Lapdock 100 has long been a useful accessory for the Raspberry Pi
The market has a problem and this was a solution. The phone /laptop isn't really a problem that people need solving. But the Pi owners have a problem they need solved.
Just imaging a Pi with a USB-C port connected to one of these laptops via just 1 wire.
I'm not saying this to be down on their project; I think it's neat. You can run other things on an Android phone, so I am nitpicking.
I was looking for a product like this a while back to pair with a laptop - for multi screen coding in a hotel room. Couldn't find much. Anyone seen something like this?
Cheap and portable crash cart? I'd buy it.
What is the screen's resolution? How big is battery? How much does it weigh?