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Alcatel’s ‘smartbook’ concept: a laptop powered by a smartphone over the air

24
Feb
2014

At MWC, Alcatel was kind enough to give us a preview of its working smartbook prototypes. The idea isnt too far off from Motorolas doomed Lapdock or the first-gen ASUS PadFone, where an Android phone powers an otherwise brainless laptop. Whats different with Alcatels implementation is that instead of having to physically dock the phone somewhere, you hook it up to the laptop wirelessly: video signal over WiFi, and keyboard plus trackpad input over Bluetooth.

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