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Topic # 183815 30-Oct-2015 23:21
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http://www.engadget.com/2015/10/26/infocus-kangaroo-pc/

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eems like a pretty interesting device, would make a great HTPC or family PC

For $99, I think it is well worth it, but 32Gb storage is probably just not enough...

I am considering getting one when it hits Microsoft store. 
My newegg order got cancelled twice, tried both OneSmart card and ANZ Visa, both got rejected...

Anyway, any thoughts on the device?




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  Reply # 1417426 30-Oct-2015 23:38
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It will be in the officlal windows store?

Imho it makes little sense without miracast or something similar. Does it have something like that?

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  Reply # 1417503 31-Oct-2015 04:58
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gzt: It will be in the officlal windows store?

Imho it makes little sense without miracast or something similar. Does it have something like that?


Yes it has Miracast

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1417533 31-Oct-2015 09:18
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That looks very cool. Not totally sure what I would do with it...
You can expand the storage with sd cards.
I think 4gb of ram would be better though. 2gb seems a little light. Mind you I have seen plenty of cheap laptops with 2gb on the market.

Wonder how it would go as a media device hooked up to the TV. HEVC perhaps?




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