This Smartphone Could Replace A Computer And A Tablet

This Smartphone Could Replace A Computer And A Tablet

The NexPhone concept is an all-in-one electronic device that would connect to a monitor, tablet, or laptop to provide a full PC experience.

Emma Hutchings
  • 13 september 2012

The NexPhone is a smartphone that can become your tablet, laptop, and computer. The futuristic concept design uses Ubuntu for Android, which enables it to function as a full PC. When connected to a desktop monitor and keyboard, the NexPhone will provide a complete desktop PC solution with a full range of applications including office, web browsing, email, media, and messaging.

The smartphone can also be docked to a laptop or tablet, so it replaces all your devices with one single device. The NexPhone is currently raising money on Indiegogo, which it hopes to use to create first prototype sample phones and get ready for manufacturing. You can find out more about the project in the video below:


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