Converting a smartphone into a laptop is increasingly becoming a popular concept. Because converting from laptops to netbooks to tablets to smartphones, you can quickly and conveniently finish your work wherever you’re.
Anyone looking to utilize the power of the pocket smartphone as a laptop computer may be interested in a new piece of hardware aptly named Mirabook, that been designed to allow you to connect your smartphone to a larger screen using the power inside your pocket device is the processing engine while providing a full-sized QWERTY keyboard and larger screen providing more comfort during those longer sessions.
The Mirabook is a cool notebook, along with an aluminum chassis that comes in midnight black and a glowing company logo, which almost looks like a plane about to take off. The Mirabook has a 1080p 13.3-inch screen, a keyboard, a battery, and it plugs into your phone over USB-C for brains. A backlit keyboard and touchscreen are also potential additions.
Mirabook is the entire laptop shell, along with a Full-HD screen, a keyboard and a track pad that is compatible with almost any operating system out there, from Windows to Android to Raspberry Pi. It is also a port-rich laptop, with an SD card slot, HDMI, 2 USB Type-A ports, a USB Type-C port for thhe charging as well as a headphone jack.
The Mirabook is a project by the Mirateam and is now on Indiegogo. The team crowdfunding with a fund goal of $50,000. As of this writing, $48000 have already been raised with still one month left before the deadline. If you are interested in this project, you can get it for a minimum of $180 and get the Mirabook with a 40% discount when it is ready to ship.