For the Techno geeks....

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  1. Don

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    I'm game. Let me dust off that 486 and see how it does ...
     
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    Saw 7 and 9+ tablets that come with phone. tablet are viewing dock and slide phone in the back to use as a tablet -149 and 79. The big one ccomes with a keyboard to convert all to netbook.

    padfone by asus. AT&T but other service seems to work on it.

    Also saw a 5 inch tablet running windows 10 called Gole 1 Looked nice but doubt my fingers would work it :)
     
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    Motorola once had a "laptop" that you attached one of their phones to--but, like some of the others, it only worked with that phone.

    This thing is advertising almost any phone model that runs android, which is what makes it different.

    Me, I'm more of a laptop guy than tablet. I currently use my Galaxy Note 4 on the road with an HDMI connector to the TV, and bluetooth mouse and keyboard.

    Galaxy Note 7 is due to come out around September/October; I've sent a message to these guys asking if they can confirm that the Note 7 will work with it. If not, well, it's a deal-breaker for me.
     
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    The Superbook might find some fans.

    If I'm going to carry around a laptop, I'd prefer a laptop that is an independently functioning computer (with a lot more power than a phone), and with software optimized for laptops. You can plug a phone into a laptop to access the files on the phone, or use cloud services so you can share files and services without plugging one into another.
     

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